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Trending Topics at the “Two Sessions”
Text by Qiao Zhenqi

 

In March 2017, the annual sessions of the National People’s Congress (NPC) and the National Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC), popularly called the “Two Sessions,” will take place in Beijing. As the most important event since the turn of the Lunar New Year, every tiny change to come from the Two Sessions could exert far-reaching influence on Chinese people’s lives and attract worldwide attention. What topics will be most discussed at the Two Sessions and catch the attention of people from home and abroad? We’d like to share a few of our predictions. 

A bright and sunny day in Beijing on February 19, 2017. The city saw 198 “good air” days in 2016, accounting for 54 percent of the year. CFP

13th Five-Year Plan: Embodiment of the Chinese Dream

China has set the goal of completing construction of a moderately prosperous society in all respects by 2020. The 13th Five-Year Plan Period (2016-2020) is the final leg of the mission. The second year of the 13th Five-Year Plan Period, 2017 will see more pragmatic action taken by the country and its people. Solutions for issues such as how to promote the Four-pronged Comprehensive Strategy and actualize the concept of “innovation-driven, coordinated, green, open and shared development” require insightful advice from NPC deputies and CPPCC members.

Professor Wang Yukai from the Chinese Academy of Governance points out that building an all-around moderately prosperous society is an embodiment of the Chinese Dream. Development is the key to solving China’s most pressing problems. To comprehensively deepen reforms and accelerate innovation-driven development, China must focus on balanced and sustainable development while maintaining a certain growth rate. Increasing ordinary people’s standards of living is a crucial piece of the process.

 

 

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