Grassroots Delegates Publicize CPC Congress Spirit in E China

December 11, 2017
Editor: Alice Shang
Grassroots Delegates Publicize CPC Congress Spirit in E China

Chen Shengrong carries out a health checkup for a child in Libya. [Xinhua]


The 14th Nanjing Women's Congress opened on November 29 in east China's Jiangsu Province.

Three women's delegates who recently attended the 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China (CPC), which took place in Beijing in October, spoke to those present about their experiences.

Wang Lei, a blue collar work in Nanjing, shared her understanding of the congress spirit. She said, “I'm from a village, so I paid much attention to the rural vitalization strategy, employment and business startups of the report.”

Wang suggested that some rural colleagues should start their own businesses in their hometowns as the current round of rural land contracts will be extended for another 30 years upon expiration.

Chen Shengrong, a chief nurse in Nanjing General Hospital, said, “As a medical employee, I believe I can do more for the Healthy China Initiative proposed by President Xi Jinping at the congress.”

Chen has been engaged in the medical care service for 32 years, during which time she witnessed many women who suffered from diseases for lack of basic health knowledge.

Chen suggested that students should take online courses and watch lectures on physical health so they can know more about their body.

In the afternoon, Sun Jindi, vice-director of the management committee of Xianlin University Town, explained the congress spirit to all of the women's representatives.

Sun said what impressed her was the importance Xi attached to people, and that he mentioned “people” 203 times in his report.

(Source: China Women's News / Translated and edited by Women of China)

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