?Wu Chongqing: some poverty alleviation projects did not "empower" leading to small farmers "de energizing" new Beijing News (reporter Yang Yijing) "in a few poverty alleviation projects, poor small farmers only participate as cheap labor force rather than development subject, and poor households are actually only selling labor force rather than improving their economic development ability." From March 31 to 32, a seminar on "market doc306期断组 排列三 king of small farmers: new mechanism, new practice and new theory" was held in Beijing, sponsored by the school of Humanities and development of China Agricultural University and food news agency and co sponsored by Beijing organic farmers market fair. At the meeting, Professor Wu Chongqing of Sun Yat sen University put forward that some small farmers are not "empowered" in poverty alleviation projects, but have lost production and sales capacity due to the development of the project. To change this situation, small farmers need to become the main body of development to realize "re organization". Professor Wu Chongqing. According to the data of the third agricultural census of potato and corn planted by the farmers who died in poverty alleviation and died in the period of pepper provided by the school of Humanities and development of China Agricultural University, there are 230 million small farmers in China, 21% of them are small farmers, 41% of them are small farmers, and "big country small farmers" is the basic national condition of China. With the promotion of the national poverty alleviation policy and the increase of rural revitalization, a large number of small farmers are being fully "empowered", but in the view of Wu Chongqing, Professor of Philosophy Department of Sun Yat sen University, this is not all the case.