Hu pledges warmth in quake zone
While developed countries are busy shutting down incinerators, Chinese governors seem to see burning rubbish as the last resort in a losing battle.
Four years ago, Liu Guangqiang, a 28-year-old construction worker from Sichuan province, was recruited by China Road & Bridge Corporation to work in Kenya.
James McGregor, a journalist-turned businessman, keeps a statue of Lei Feng as a reminder to help others.
Xinjiang will boost efforts to improve its infrastructure this year in a move that could see the autonomous region spend 300 billion yuan ($44 billion) - 30 percent more than last year - on its fixed assets.
China's parliament will closely supervise the government's economic work this year to ensure stimulus plans are efficiently implemented.