The above pie chart clearly demonstrates different purposes of traveling among students in one college of China. According to the data given, the purpose of enjoying the beautiful landscape takes a comparatively large share, account for 37%, while part of relieving pressure also takes a way 33% of the whole proportion. It is strange that only 6% of students travel for developing independent abilities and 9% for making friends.
The pie graph provides some interesting data regarding people’s expenses in a Chinese city during the Spring Festival. To be specific, of all the expenses, money spent on various gifts is at the top of the list, accounting for about 40%. By comparison, those on food and traffic occupy 20% respectively.
The column chart given above clearly reflects the striking changes between rural and urban population in China from 1990 to 2010. The number of rural residents descended moderately from 820 million to nearly 660 million during the two decades. In contrast, the urban population showed a sharp increase from roughly 300 million to 660 million or so in the same time span.