Xie Xingchang, a villager in Minning township in suburban Yinchuan, the capital of the Ningxia Hui autonomous region, and fellow villagers were relocated from mountains in southern Ningxia to their current homes, with poverty relief aid from Fujian province. Xi designated the land for their new homes when he was Fujian's deputy Party secretary.
Li Jiheng, Party secretary of Inner Mongolia, said that as the general designer of China's overall reform and opening-up in the new era, Xi has set the direction for development of the Party and the country.
"Electricity infrastructure construction has become one of the most active sectors to promote the Belt and Road Initiative," he said.
"The key to unlocking the cross-straits stalemate lies in recognizing the 1992 Consensus and acknowledging that the two sides of the Taiwan Straits belong to one and the same China," Wang said urging the Taiwan authorities to return to the consensus as soon as possible.
Malcolm Roughead, chief executive of VisitScotland, said: "The future of Scottish tourism lies beyond our shores. … China is a hugely important emerging international market and this mission will provide our partners with an excellent platform to speak directly to the top travel professionals in some of the country’s most valuable outbound regions."
Li Cuizhi, an NPC deputy and director of the quality monitoring center at Inner Mongolia Yili Industrial Group Co, said Xi's emphasis on higher-quality growth has set the direction for the company's development.