NPC issues documents in Braille, gives weight to deputy's suggestions on law to help disabled.
Among the nearly 3,000 deputies to the 14th NPC, who commenced their five-year term in 2023, the 56-year-old Wang stands out as the sole individual with visual impairment.
Cheng was elected a deputy to the 14th National People's Congress this year, and submitted three motions on legislation and five other suggestions during the annual two sessions in March, including suggestions on accelerating the establishment of a long-term care insurance system, which was widely covered by major national media outlets.
As a re-elected deputy to the NPC, Kurban has put forward many suggestions for promoting the education of the national common language and China's traditional culture in schools, some of which have been adopted and implemented.
Watch the video to learn more about the village teacher’s 37-year commitment to rural education.
Taking effect on Friday, the law makes it clear that China encourages the compilation and publication of textbooks in Braille or in versions for those with poor vision to provide better reading conditions for blind or visually challenged students.
Hou Rong, a deputy to the 14th National People's Congress (NPC) and vice-director of the Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding in Southwest China's Sichuan province, has been dedicated to the conservation of giant pandas for nearly three decades.
Su said that he will push for the building of green and low-carbon circular demonstration bases, sum up good practices and conduct surveys in other areas to learn about their effective measures in environmental protection.