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    wn, villagers cultivate bamboo fung▓us, or crinoline stinkhorn, a delicacy in some Asian countries, which grows in well-rotted bamboo.Long Chaogui, 49, once a migrant worker, decided to stay in the village and develop his o▓wn bamboo business.In the eyes of Long, bamboo is the "golden key" to change his hard life. He sold ▓

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    tracted businesses to Sichuan. Bamboo has ▓been developed as a raw material to produce▓ paper, charcoal, wine and fiber products. Those products▓ increase employment and incomes for local residents."With the largest area of bamboo ▓forests of any province, the bamboo industry has b▓ecome a pillar industry in some regions of Sic

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