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favorite city to work and live in for the sixth year in a row, followed by Beijing, Hefei, Hangzhou, Shenzhen, S
uzhou, Qingdao, Tianjin, Xi’an and Wuhan.
The campaign also looked at cities with the most potential to attract expats, naming X
iamen, Nanjing, Urumqi, Guangzhou, Xuzhou, Haikou, Kunming, Jinan, Dalian and Chengdu.
In recent years, China has implemented a work permit system for foreigners to come to Chi
na and a visa system for expats. This has promoted the government affairs, policies, work and living
environment of Chinese cities, allowing more expats to live and work better in China.
The survey has been conducted for nine years, starting in 2010. The A
mazing China 2018 poll took place from November to December. Results were anal
yzed from 239 signed votes from top expert panels, 2,815 votes from foreign experts, and 94,849 votes from internet users.
mitable spirit of the Chinese people and their attachment to the homeland. The audienc
e will also feel the profound historical friendship between the Chinese and Kazakh people,” s
ays Wang Zhi, deputy secretary-general of the festival’s organizing committee.
Jonathan Shen, the producer of The Composer, reveals that the crew spent five months shooting scenes in China, Russ
ia and Kazakhstan, and how the team used many special effects to re-create the wartime sequences.
Saturday, the festival’s opening day, marks the 80th anniversary of the debut performance of Yellow River
Cantata in Yan’an, the headquarters of the Red Army after the Long March which lasted from 1934 to 1936.
“We hope the film will comfort the soul of Xian,” says Shen, who is also the founder and CEO of Beijing-based Shinework Pictures.
Shen says he hopes The Composer, which was jointly financed by Kazakhst
an, will become a commercial success and encourage more foreign studios to produ
ce films with China. The film is scheduled to go on general release in China and Kazakhstan in May.
nts, and health departments would assist schools in measures such as in
creasing outdoor activities, as well as reducing electronic device use and homework.
Health departments will also carry out a special monitoring program on the eyesight of
school-age children and allocate more resources to the eyesight examinations, and counselling services, he said.
Education departments will supervise schools to take concrete measures and ev
aluate their performance, Minister of Education Chen Baosheng said at the meeting.
China to revise laws, regulations related to foreign investment law
The State Council, China’s cabinet, said Wednesday it was necessary to amend laws and sup
porting regulations and policies to ensure the implementation of the foreign investment law.
Draft amendments for administrative licensing law, trademark law, construction law and electronic signature law were
passed Wednesday at a State Council executive meeting presided over by Premier Li Keqiang.
nt of a comprehensive social security system in record time. Having set up the foundation,
it can now focus on targeted improvements. For example, in 2017, China provided special funds for pre-preg
nancy and other medical checkups for women, benefiting 12 million women, or 91.7 percent of the target group.
The country’s modernization could not have occurred without the people increasing their capabilities. Beyond general educ
ation for the population, the government has increased the knowledge and experience of officials to be at the fore
front of solving problems. Specialist schools and academies have been set up in multiple fields, including a national soci
al security school in Beijing to build the capacity of social security officers across the nation.
It is the totality of the Chinese experience over the past four decades, in rebuilding the
country in so many ways, that has become an inspiration for other countries. C
hina has been a diligent student learning from others. Today, it also has many experiences to share with the world.