China Statistics Day kicks off in Fujian

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The 11th China Statistics Day and the 7th National Census Publicity Month of Fujian province kicked off in Fuzhou, the provincial capital, on Sunday.

"The purpose of holding event is to widely publicize the work of the 7th National Population Census and to make the census well-known and supported by everyone," said Chen Lihua, director of the Fujian Provincial Bureau of Statistics, in a speech at the ceremony. "It is also to enable the public to have a better understanding of statistical work and to be supportive."

Chen said that, for many years, the Fujian Provincial Bureau of Statistics and the Fujian Investigation Team of the National Bureau of Statistics have worked closely to better serve the society as well as to provide data and consulting services for people's work, studies, and lives.

"Now it is only 13 days away from the census and 33 days from the standard registration, so the time is short and the task is heavy," Chen said. "We firmly believe that with the cooperation of departments at all levels and with the strong support of people from all walks of life, we can complete the many tasks and make positive contributions to promoting the province's high-quality development in all directions."

At the ceremony, a promotional video named "For the Benefits of Everyone" and a promotional song "I Grew Up Here" were played. To help the audience better understand how census takers work, a few frontline workers were interviewed. A census knowledge contest was also held, and various videos from schools, media, and other industries were played to show the whole society's support.

The ceremony is sponsored by the Leading Group of the 7th National Population Census of Fujian Province, the Fujian Bureau of Statistics, and the Fujian Investigation Team of the National Bureau of Statistics.

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