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Top political advisor urges research on developing new quality productive forces

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Top political advisor urges research on developing new quality productive forces

2024-06-18 21:43 Last Updated At:22:07

China's top political advisor Wang Huning on Tuesday stressed the need to carry out solid research and political consultation work on the development of new quality productive forces.

Wang, a member of the Standing Committee of the Political Bureau of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee and chairman of the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference, made the remarks at a consultation seminar in Beijing.

Wang affirmed the research work and suggestions on the development of new quality productive forces made by central committees of non-CPC parties, the All-China Federation of Industry and Commerce, and representatives of personages without party affiliation.

Accelerating the development of new quality productive forces is a pressing need for promoting high-quality development, achieving greater self-reliance and strength in science and technology, building a modern industrial system, safeguarding and improving people's livelihoods, coping with global competition, and fostering new development advantages, according to Wang.

He urged efforts to continue advancing research on relevant key topics and produce outcomes, therefore better facilitating the development of new quality productive forces.

He also called on political advisors to build consensus and pool strengths for deepening reform across the board and advancing Chinese modernization.

Top political advisor urges research on developing new quality productive forces

Top political advisor urges research on developing new quality productive forces

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Program launched to promote exchanges between Chinese and African children

2024-07-15 01:17 Last Updated At:03:17

A program aimed at promoting communication between Chinese and African children was launched in Beijing on Sunday.

A welcome ceremony held at the China National Children's Center saw dozens of children from Namibia, South Africa, Somalia, Uganda and the Central African Republic gather together with children from China.

A variety of activities were organized for the children, including games, dance and martial arts performances, and a group painting session.

In the center's intangible cultural heritage area, they experienced the charm of traditional Chinese culture as they made scented pouches and shadow puppets.

Huang Xiaowei, vice president of the All-China Women's Federation, said that children carry the future and hopes of China and Africa, and that exchanges between children will inject new vitality into the continued development of the China-Africa friendship.

The program is being hosted by China's Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the All-China Women's Federation. Over the next six days, children from China and the five African countries will also visit sites such as the Palace Museum in Beijing, as well as cultural sites in central China's Henan Province.

Program launched to promote exchanges between Chinese and African children

Program launched to promote exchanges between Chinese and African children

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