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    2018-February-7  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

British PM visits China

British Prime Minister Theresa May arrived in Wuhan, Central China’s Hubei Province, on January 31, starting a three-day visit to China.

During the visit, May co-hosted the bilateral* annual prime ministerial meeting with Chinese Premier Li Keqiang and met with Chinese leaders in Beijing. On February 1, Chinese President Xi Jinping met with May, calling on both countries to forge* an enhanced version of the “Golden Era” bilateral ties.

Rural vitalization

A package of policies called the “No. 1 central document” of the year was released on Sunday, charting* the roadmap* for rural vitalization*.

There is quite a lot of work to be accomplished in Chinese villages, where opportunities for development have risen as the country enters a new era.

The strategy for rural vitalization was first proposed in a report delivered to the 19th National Congress of the CPC.

Nation mourns servicemen

A ceremony was held on Sunday at a military base in Southwest China’s Guizhou Province to mourn* the air force servicemen* who lost their lives in a recent military plane crash.

The People’s Liberation Army (PLA) air force plane crashed in Guizhou during a training session on January 29. The servicemen aboard the plane died.

Qingdao to hire foreigners

Qingdao city plans to hire foreign employees in government departments and public institutions.

A guideline published on Sunday gave the greenlight* to State-owned enterprises and institutions, as well as government departments, to recruit qualified foreigners in permanent* and short-term job positions.

Qingdao is seeking strategic scientists who possess potential for attaining major scientific breakthroughs and leading the trend in science, and scientists engaged in research of frontier issues or cross-discipline* studies.(SD-Agencies)

 

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