Accompanying with Love - Up close with CPPCC member Zhou Ye

Zhou Ye is engaged in education for the hearing impaired. She represents two groups of people: special education teachers as well as people with disabilities. She is a CPPCC National Committee member.

Seeking light for the blind - Up close with CPPCC member Yang Jia

Professor Yang Jia was the first blind person from outside the United States to be awarded a Master's in Public Administration from Harvard University. She went on to become a member of the CPPCC.

Artificial intelligence creating better lives for China's elderly

Researchers and those working in the elderly care sector in China are advocating smart technology as a way to help create better lives for the 250 million people - 18 percent of China's total population - who are over the age of 60.

President Xi voices his support for entrepreneurship and creativity

China’s President Xi Jinping has called for innovation, entrepreneurship, and creativity to be fostered in the nation’s economy. 

Smart city technology improves quality of life in China

Artificial intelligence and big data are said to be helping urban management officials make Chinese cities smarter.

Xi extends greetings to women on Int'l Women's Day

President Xi Jinping extended greetings and best wishes to female lawmakers, political advisors and staff workers at the ongoing "two sessions," and also to women of all ethnic groups and from all walks of life, on Friday.

The birth of butterfly, up close with a CPPCC member

Tai Lihua, an internationally acclaimed dancer who has a hearing and speech impairment, is the director of the China Disabled People's Performing Art Troupe and a member of the CPPCC, China's top political advisory body.

China will not relent until poverty is eliminated: Xi

China’s President Xi Jinping said on Thursday that the country wouldn’t relent in its fight against poverty until it meets its goal of eradicating extreme poverty by 2020.

Ecological protection the focus as Xi meets legislators from Inner Mongolia

China's President Xi Jinping told deputies to the National People's Congress from the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region that strategic resolve was needed when it comes to building an ecologically-friendly economy.

Xi calls on cultural workers to reflect people’s voices

Chinese President Xi Jinping on Monday called on writers, artists and theorists to strengthen cultural confidence, serve the people with fine works, and guide the public with high moral standards.

GAC Motors Urumqi production base

More than 500 cars come off this assembly line every month at this automotive production base in Urumqi, Xinjiang.

Xiaogang Village's glorious days

Xiaogang Village, where China's rural reform started, an all-round contract system began, where land can be subcontracted to individual farmers to operate independently instead the collective farming system of 40 years ago.

Local or overseas brands? Beijingers talk about their favorite cars

We met with Beijingers to ask them what were their favorite Chinese and overseas brands of cars, best car production country, and most prefered car color.

Ecological farming in birthplace of China's rural reform

Since 2016, scientists have been training farmers in Xiaogang village to raise ducks, shrimps and crabs, as they can eat grass and get rid of insects, reducing the use of herbicides and pesticides.