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Political adviser wants public CPR training
A national political adviser suggested promoting cardiopulmonary resuscitation and defibrillation (CPR-D) skills among the public to reduce deaths caused by cardiac diseases.
Young voice speaks out for migrant workers
A young deputy to the 13th National People's Congress, 24-year-old Zou Bin, comes from a humble background and made his name as a highly skilled construction worker.
Using influence to promote gymnastics
Political adviser Zou Kai will welcome a baby soon. Although the former Olympic gymnastics champion has not decided whether to encourage his child to become a professional gymnast on the world stage, he knows what he has to do now - to promote the sport among more children as a member of the 13th National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference.
More qualified teachers needed in China's border areas schools
A legislator called for attracting more qualified teachers to rural schools in China's border areas through increasing financial and policy-related support.
Better internet needed in remote rural areas
​Yu Liufen, a member of the 13th National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC), China's top political advisory body, spoke about the need to improve Internet connection and related services in rural areas, especially villages in mountains, at the second session of 13th CPPCC National Committee that opened in Beijing on March 3.
Baidu chief calls for intelligent transportation solutions
China should further strengthen its guidance in establishing a data sharing and usage mechanism, and encourage local authorities to explore and establish intelligent transportation solutions, Robin Li, chairman and CEO of leading Chinese search engine Baidu Inc, said on the sidelines of the annual two sessions.
Jackie Chan pressing poverty alleviation proposals at CPPCC
Hong Kong action star Jackie Chan, among CPPCC members offering up proposals for lawmakers in Beijing as part of the CPPCC sessions, has told reporters that he intends to continue championing a proposal on poverty alleviation.
China to open Chang'e-4 lunar probe data to world
China will gradually open data collected by the Chang'e-4 lunar probe to the world, the country's lunar program chief designer said.
More self-reliance urged in advanced technology
Cutting-edge core technology should not be imported, but created and produced domestically, Shi Yigong, a well-known scientist and president of Westlake University, told reporters at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing on Sunday.
China to run driverless maglev trains at 200 kph in 2020
​China will roll off a new generation of self-developed driverless maglev trains with a designed speed of 200 km per hour in early 2020, according to its lead developer.
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