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Solving Livelihood Harder Than Shenzhou-9 Space Launch

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Follow us on TWITTER: Like us on FACEBOOK: The Chinese Shenzhou-9 manned spacecraft has docked with the Tiangong-1 space lab module. The Chinese Communist Party's (CCP) official media has constantly reported the event. China's biggest social network Sina weibo set off the event to "write to Shenzhou-9". They expected to receive praise, but netizens took the opportunity to criticize current affairs. Netizen Liu Jin: "a country that couldn't control prices of house and goods; couldn't solve job issues for students and is without a good civil welfare insurance policy; couldn't take action on household registration reforms, food safety and government corruption; with a "Para-police" force using violent behavior; and a large gap between rich and poor; but they can send astronauts to outer space. this means that resolving these problems is more difficult than flying to space." A netizen named "second-line brand of quartz clock" also commented. "Spacecraft successfully launched proves again: to solve problems of poor school-dropout-children, healthcare insurance and decreasing housing price issues is harder than flying to the space." Recently, media exposed that a woman in Ankang village in Shaanxi was forced to abort at seven months pregnant. This was also criticized by netizens. A lady netizen wrote: "A female astronaut can be sent to space, and a seven month unborn baby can be aborted. Comparing 33-year-old astronaut Liu Yang with 22-year-old pregnant woman Feng Jianmei's fates, you can tell this country's current situation. Bo Still Called'Comrade': Punishment Questions Triggered On June 18, in a Chongqing party conference, Zhang Dejiang, city party secretary, called Bo Xilai his comrade. He was officially cited saying Bo "seriously violated discipline". Analysts said that the investigation hasn't drawn a conclusion. Previous news reported that Bo would be dismissed from the CCP and his position, and could be sentenced. Huang Zhongqing, director at Hong Kong's South China Morning Post Beijing commented to the BBC. He said Zhang Dejiang still referred to Bo as "comrade" a few months after the Bo incident. It indicated that the CCP attempted to minimize the Bo issue to 'maintain stability'. Voice of America cited Singapore's Lianhe Zaobao; "This manifests that Bo is still investigated by the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection. The result isn't completed yet, thus his party membership still remained." Some analysts interpret that Zhang Dejiang still highlighted Bo's problem of "seriously violating discipline". It shows the Bo incident is still under investigation within the CCP, without transferal to judicial process. Meanwhile, it indicates the Bo issue is very serious and beyond the CCP's tolerance. Many people estimated that Bo's future would be publicized before the 18th National Congress. "According to claims from a person close to Bo's family, the earliest move would be on next month's meeting. The meeting will finalize the punishment to remove Bo's party membership and his role. Then the case will be transferred to judicial procedure." "He is likely to be sentenced." 《神韵》2011世界巡演新亮点