In presenting the Government Work Report to the annual session of the National People's Congress, Premier Li Keqiang said the notion that "lucid waters and lush mountains are invaluable assets" has been followed with resolute action and intensity as never before to strengthen environmental protection.
Hainan province is increasingly working to hasten agricultural supply side structural reforms, speed up the development of the sector's modernization and strengthen tropical agriculture.
She said there have been "some true victories" with respect to China's air pollution, but the country still faces major challenges in controlling emissions from vehicles, which are climbing higher even as emissions from coal burning drop.
The survey polled 1,964 people who had purchased household services across the country. Some 52 percent of the respondents said the domestic helpers they hired earned better salaries than they did.
"The files, including a great deal of medical theses, laboratory reports and Japanese soldiers' recollections, have great significance in filling in the blanks in domestic germ war archives," Liu Rujia, one of the team members, told China Daily Friday. "They have both historical and academic value."
Xu Yun, director of the Hainan provincial department of agriculture, said the province is restructuring its agricultural sector by reducing low-efficiency industries and products such as sugar cane and eucalyptus. Instead, it is expanding higher quality produce varieties such as winter vegetables and melons, sweet potatoes, pineapples, grapefruits and cherry tomatoes.
In addition, courts at all levels nationwide have been encouraged to establish museums to display and protect judicial heritages, the SPC added.