Annual Evaluation Report of China's Cultural Consumption by Ya'nan Wang, Puning Hao, Ting Liu, Juan Zhao, Yu Fang

By Ya'nan Wang, Puning Hao, Ting Liu, Juan Zhao, Yu Fang

Gathering contributions through best social improvement students, this file bargains a accomplished description of the nationwide improvement of cultural intake in China. through evaluating the yearly development of cultural intake, GDP progress, per-capita source of revenue development and mark downs progress, the authors demonstrate the disparity among city and rural parts when it comes to cultural intake, in addition to that among provinces. in response to an research of the established order of cultural intake in China, the e-book explores the line to a wealthy society and adorning China’s cultural development.

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Five-Year Plan” period, and the “Eleventh Five-Year Plan” period again being significantly worse-off than the “Tenth Five-Year Plan” period. 24 percentage points, and the coordination between the growth in urban and rural cultural consumption demand, and the growth in urban and rural citizens’ income, continued to significantly decrease. 45 percentage points. 76 %; there was a general upward trend. When looking at all of the years listed in Fig. 5, we can see that there was an increase only in the years 1996, 2000, and 2005, and a decrease during the other years.

LHS area: the total amount of cultural consumption in urban and rural areas (each 100 million yuan converted to %), ratio between changes in urban and rural areas, representing urban and rural totals; RHS curve: urban and rural annual growth coefficient (previous year ¼ 100). 272 billion yuan. 75 %. 04 %. 71 %. 88 percentage points. 1 Growth Trends in Nationwide Urban and Rural Cultural Consumption Over the. . 82 percentage points. 37 percentage points higher than that in rural areas. This is sufficient to show that nationwide rural cultural consumption demand has experienced weak growth.

The trends in expansion and narrowing of the regional gap in cultural consumption in urban and rural areas does not have as many negative effects as the changes in expansion and narrowing of the ratio of cultural consumption in urban areas to that in rural areas, but it is still worth examining. 4 Evaluation of Nationwide Urban and Rural Cultural Consumption Demand Over. . 78 %. These are shown in the comprehensive evaluation calculation of the national urban and rural cultural consumption demand index.

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