At the meetings, Liu expressed appreciation for the effort made by Taiwan's organizations and politicians, including Hung and Yok, to uphold the one-China principle and oppose "Taiwan independence."
"The country values highly the enterprises in Northeast China, but Rome wasn't built in one day," said Xiao Yaqing, head of the State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission (SASAC) on the sidelines of the first session of the 13th National People’s Congress.
KATHMANDU - A wheelchair-bound Australian is aiming to become the first paraplegic to reach the base camp of Qomolangma, known as Mount Everest in the West, unaided - a breathless trek he reckons he will make mostly on his hands.
TAIPEI - Taiwan is no longer just "aging," but already an "aged society," according to the island's interior affairs authority.
While saving a lot of money, construction of the power highway could help increase investment in the western region and create a lot of employment opportunities there, he said.
Attended an in-service graduate program in management at Department of Management Science, University of Science and Technology of China and was awarded a Master of Engineering degree (1993-1995)
Xi said a clean and upright political ecology is essential to safeguarding both the authority and the centralized, unified leadership of the Central Committee — all of which are needed urgently to ensure full and strict governance of the Party and represent a vital guarantee in fulfilling reform and development targets.
"I jump out of my chair and my mate Matt, he'll grab me and hold my ankles and I basically walk on my hands," he said, explaining a technique that's similar to the wheelbarrow race of Western school sports days.