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.
“Lawyers are playing an increasingly important role in the process of building the rule of law in China. I will keep in mind the new expectations and aspirations of the people for fairness and justice and fulfill my duties wholeheartedly," said Gao.
The deputy said that he will continue to lead his team to break through "bottleneck" of technologies, diligently solve key problems while constantly improving the performance of the telescope, and help maintain the leading position and core competitiveness of China’s “eye of heaven” in the world.
Over the decades, Yang has worked at Qufu Normal University, the Confucius Institute, the Nishan World Center for Confucian Studies, and Shandong University. All his work has been closely related to the study of Confucius, Confucian philosophies and doctrines, and traditional Chinese culture.
During the recently concluded two sessions, Mo proposed the creation of better postal services for the countryside based on the county, township and village logistics level, and proposed detailed measures for the creation of comprehensive postal service stations in each village.