CPPCC Member Calls For Healthy, Civilized Family Traditions

  • March 10, 2014
  • By Li Wenjie
  • Editor: Yang Yang
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Chen Qinghua, deputy director of the Revolutionary Committee of the Chinese Kuomingtang (RCCK) and former vice president of CPPCC Jiangxi Provincial Committee [Baidu]
Chen Qinghua, deputy director of the Revolutionary Committee of the Chinese Kuomingtang (RCCK) and former vice president of CPPCC Jiangxi Provincial Committee [Baidu]
Chen Qinghua, member of the National Committee of the 12th Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC), appealed for healthy and civilized family traditions in modern China. 
 
'Family traditions' refers to a kind of atmosphere, fashion and style in a family. More specifically, it is traditional customs and life styles naturally passed down from generation to generation, and is a reflection of social ethics in the family.
 
Although healthy and civilized family traditions are being formed, due to conflicts brought on by social changes and cultural diversity, some negative social phenomena, such as currying favor, extravagance, and idleness are appearing. 
 
Chen, deputy director of the Revolutionary Committee of the Chinese Kuomingtang (RCCK) and former vice president of CPPCC Jiangxi Provincial Committee, advised that families should improve the qualities of their members and that older generations should set a good example for younger generations. 
 
At the same time, he also advised that social organizations should provide more opportunities for entertainment activities for families, which will help people lead meaningful lives in their free time. 
 
Additionally, Chen proposed strengthening public opinion propaganda so that it will make everyone of the social members firmly take the responsibility to construct their own healthy and civilized family traditions.  
 
(Women of China)
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