Chinese Statue to Goddess of Beauty Sparks Debate

  The New York Times 

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As China fights to end extreme poverty while also recovering from the economic damage of the coronavirus, the supposed wisdom of building huge statues in poorer areas to grow tourism is coming under harsh scrutiny. ▶ Full story on nytimes.com
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