Inner Mongolia Speech Contest Shows Women's Dedication to Chinese Dream

  • October 9, 2013
  • By Gao Yu
  • Editor: Leo Yin
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A speech contest themed 'Chinese Dream and I, Responsibility' is launched by the Inner Mongolia Women's Federation on September 14, 2013. [Inner Mongolia Women's Federation/Gao Yu]

A speech contest themed 'Chinese Dream and I, Responsibility' is launched by the Inner Mongolia Women's Federation on September 14, 2013. [Inner Mongolia Women's Federation/Gao Yu]

The Inner Mongolia Women's Federation held a speech contest themed 'Chinese Dream and I, Responsibility' on September 14, 2013, to demonstrate how women from all walks of life have performed their professional duties and realized their career aspirations.

The 17 contestants impressed representatives of Red-Banner Pacesetters and 230 other members of the audience with their deep understanding and constant pursuit of the 'Chinese Dream'.


Vice President of Inner Mongolia Women's Federation Zhang Shuhua delivered a speech at the contest. President of Inner Mongolia Women's Federation Chen Yu and other officials also attended the event.

(Provided by Inner Mongolia Women’s Federation)

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