Sun, March 14, 2010
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Get farmland in real world, not online

2010-03-14 11:52:59 GMT2010-03-14 19:52:59 (Beijing Time)  Xinhua English

A farmer (R) teachs children from city planting on their rented field at Mulan Farm in Changsha, capital of central China's Hunan Province, March 13, 2010. Inspired from a planting game of China's popular Social Network Site (SNS) Kaixin, Peng Xunan founded the Mulan Farm where citizens can rent a piece of field to plant whatever they like. Tenants can acquire information of their plants or hire peasants to care their field on net. (Xinhua/Li Ga)

A girl writes the name of her rented field at Mulan Farm in Changsha, capital of central China's Hunan Province, March 13, 2010. Inspired from a planting game of China's popular Social Network Site (SNS) Kaixin, Peng Xunan founded the Mulan Farm where citizens can rent a piece of field to plant whatever they like. Tenants can acquire information of their plants or hire peasants to care their field on net. (Xinhua/Li Ga)

Fu Jingxiang and his father work at their rented field at Mulan Farm in Changsha, capital of central China's Hunan Province, March 13, 2010. Inspired from a planting game of China's popular Social Network Site (SNS) Kaixin, Peng Xunan founded the Mulan Farm where citizens can rent a piece of field to plant whatever they like. Tenants can acquire information of their plants or hire peasants to care their field on net. (Xinhua/Li Ga)

Fu Jingxiang and his father work at their rented field at Mulan Farm in Changsha, capital of central China's Hunan Province, March 13, 2010. Inspired from a planting game of China's popular Social Network Site (SNS) Kaixin, Peng Xunan founded the Mulan Farm where citizens can rent a piece of field to plant whatever they like. Tenants can acquire information of their plants or hire peasants to care their field on net. (Xinhua/Li Ga)

A staff worker inserts name board on a rented field at Mulan Farm in Changsha, capital of central China's Hunan Province, March 13, 2010. Inspired from a planting game of China's popular Social Network Site (SNS) Kaixin, Peng Xunan founded the Mulan Farm where citizens can rent a piece of field to plant whatever they like. Tenants can acquire information of their plants or hire peasants to care their field on net. (Xinhua/Li Ga)

Inspired from a planting game of China's popular Social Network Site (SNS) Kaixin, Peng Xunan founded the Mulan Farm where citizens can rent a piece of field to plant whatever they like. Tenants can acquire information of their plants or hire peasants to care their field on net.

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