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百分之六十二 (bǎifēn zhī liùshí’èr): sixty-two percent  
 
百分之六十二 (bǎifēn zhī liùshí’èr): sixty-two percent  
  
[[File:62percent.jpg|250px|thumb|left|''“Installing Chinese Nation’s Great Revival: 62% complete.” The window warns that “If you click cancel, the system will automatically crash!”'']]Yang Yiyong, Chair of the National Development and Reform Commission Academy of Macroeconomic Research, announced in August 2012 that “the Chinese national revival was 62% complete as of 2010,” according to his “quantitative measures.” [http://chinadigitaltimes.net/2012/08/chinese-national-revival-62-complete-says-state-scholar/ Netizens proceeded to crack jokes about this magical percentage.]
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[[File:62percent.jpg|250px|thumb|left|''“Installing Chinese Nation’s Great Revival: 62% complete.” The window warns that “If you click cancel, the system will automatically crash!”'']]Yang Yiyong, Chair of the National Development and Reform Commission Academy of Macroeconomic Research, announced in August 2012 that “the Chinese national revival was 62% complete as of 2010,” according to his “quantitative measures.” [http://chinadigitaltimes.net/2012/08/chinese-national-revival-62-complete-says-state-scholar/ Netizens proceeded to crack jokes about this magical percentage.]  
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Xi Jinping has often invoked national revival (also translated “renaissance”) and the “Chinese dream” since taking office as [http://www.nytimes.com/2012/12/15/world/asia/chinas-xi-jinping-acts-to-bolster-military.html chairman of the Chinese Communist Party] and [http://chinadigitaltimes.net/2013/03/whose-chinese-dream/ president of China].
  
 
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Revision as of 17:24, 5 April 2013

百分之六十二 (bǎifēn zhī liùshí’èr): sixty-two percent

“Installing Chinese Nation’s Great Revival: 62% complete.” The window warns that “If you click cancel, the system will automatically crash!”

Yang Yiyong, Chair of the National Development and Reform Commission Academy of Macroeconomic Research, announced in August 2012 that “the Chinese national revival was 62% complete as of 2010,” according to his “quantitative measures.” Netizens proceeded to crack jokes about this magical percentage.

Xi Jinping has often invoked national revival (also translated “renaissance”) and the “Chinese dream” since taking office as chairman of the Chinese Communist Party and president of China.