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Descriere: (210731) -- TAIYUAN, July 31, 2021 (Xinhua) -- In this combo photo taken on July 22, 2021, the left part shows Yan Ze displaying pears; and the right part shows Yan Ze (1st R) talking with workers at a warehouse in Yanman Village, Qixian County, north China's Shanxi Province. Yan Ze, 26, returned to his hometown after graduation in 2017 and began his career as a salesman selling pears. Now, his company owns a pear base that covers an area of more than 20,000 mu (about 1,333.3 hectares), with an annual output of more than 40,000 tons.\r\n As China announced victory over poverty earlier this year, more and more young Chinese return to hometowns to start their own planting businesses. With professional skills and novel ideas of management, they are bringing new vitality to China's rural economic development. (Xinhua/Yang Chenguang)