Ma Xiaoguang, spokesperson for the Taiwan Affairs Office of the State Council, told a press conference that as the mainland continues to open up, Taiwan businessmen and companies, if they follows the economic progress of the mainland, would post better development.
To use a wheelchair, a person scans the QR code next to it and pays a 98 yuan ($15.60) deposit. The wheelchair is free for the first two hours and then charges 2 yuan per hour. A maximum of 20 yuan will be charged for 24 hours.
The booklet, published by the People's Publishing House, is available at Xinhua Bookstore outlets across the country.
岂止是缺乏照料，简直是自生自灭！知情者转述的情境是这样的：4个孩子因没有生活费辍学在家，家里唯一的食物是去年的玉米。平时，孩子们将玉米磨成玉米面，不用筛子筛干净，就凑合吃了， “因为太穷了”。你能想象到吗？孩子们生前那苍白的容颜、饥饿的表情以及无助的眼神。在那些 “近乎被遗弃”的日子里，他们会不会在夜里想爸爸、喊妈妈？
Kang Bo, father of a 12-year-old boy who broke his leg, said he prefers to borrow a shared wheelchair instead of buying one, though the chairs are not expensive. A cheap wheelchair sells for about 300 yuan on a Chinese online shopping platform.
In his 10 years as an environmental law enforcement officer, Yin Wei has never known his schedule to be as tight as when he was sent to the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei cluster as part of a yearlong program to monitor air pollution control.