"Open doors" of China, "green future" of green peacock; peaceful development; cat house – see "Chinese Panorama"-516
07.03.2023 Медиакорпорация Китая (CMG), телеканал «Большая Азия» (Дарья Николаенко, Мария Щепетнёва) 21 просмотров
Watch the information and publicistic program "Chinese Panorama" on the TV channel "Big Asia" (Issue 516):
- A session of the Supreme Advisory body of the People's Republic of China is being held in Beijing The Chinese President noted the main features of Chinese modernization
- China is improving the quality control system of agricultural food products
- The ecologist called the "green" development of China her dream
- China's environmental policy has helped save a rare bird species from extinction
- The population of Amur tigers and Far Eastern leopards is reviving in the National park of China
- A session of the Supreme Advisory body of the People's Republic of China is being held in Beijing
The National Committee of the People's Political Consultative Council of China holds an annual session in Beijing. More than 2,000 delegates gathered at the congress of the advisory body under the leadership of the People's Republic of China to discuss the most important issues and challenges of our time, as well as exchange proposals. By tradition, the day before the opening of the annual session, the National Committee held a press conference.
Thanks to the volume of our market, human resources and developed industry, we have successfully overcome everything and maintained economic stability. China's economy is not only showing its resilience, but also has the potential for further development. This is what we will be working on this year, improving quantitative and qualitative indicators."
The official representative of the 1st session of the All-China Committee, Guo Weimin, also recalled the words of Chinese President Xi Jinping that China's policy of reform and openness remains unchanged. This political and economic model accelerates the development not only of the Celestial Empire itself, but also of the whole world.
The session of the People's Political Consultative Council of China will last in Beijing until March 11.
The Chinese President noted the main features of Chinese modernization
At the opening of the training session of the Party School of the CPC Central Committee, Xi Jinping stressed the importance of proper understanding and active promotion of Chinese modernization. According to the Chinese President, the concept is based on painstaking research, and it should be expanded. Referring to the report of the 20th CPC Congress, Xi Jinping noted five features characteristic of the Chinese context: the modernization of a huge number of the population, the desire for universal prosperity, the promotion of material and spiritual culture, harmony between man and nature, as well as peaceful development.
The driving force of Chinese modernization is the economy, which has become the second largest in the world. In 10 years, China's GDP has grown approximately twice. GDP per capita also doubled and exceeded the global average. China accounts for eighteen and a half percent of the global economy. For the past six years, China has remained the largest trading country in the world. It accounts for almost 30 percent of global production. And in 2020, China became the only country where positive growth was recorded with an increase in GDP – this indicator grew by more than 8% and took a leading position in the world.
The country is also doing well in the field of innovation. In the ranking of the World Intellectual Property Organization, which reflects the global innovation index, China has risen to 11th place from 34th in 11 years.
In turn, rapid economic development has laid a solid foundation for the eradication of absolute poverty. Over the past decade, about 100 million Chinese have escaped from the poverty line. More than 9 and a half million people have moved to new homes. All 832 poor counties were excluded from the poor list. China has fulfilled the poverty eradication target set by the UN in the field of sustainable development for the period up to 2030, ten years ahead of schedule. Sustainability and quality of economic development contribute to the process of modernization of China, which opens up new opportunities for the country.
China is improving the quality control system of agricultural food products
Delegates of the All-China Committee of the People's Political Consultative Council of China regularly make initiatives related to the improvement and control of various spheres of public life. 24 thousand offers have been registered over the past 5 years. Of these, 1% were recognized as key, because they are associated with the solution of such important issues as food security and its provision using scientific methods.
Thus, the proposal related to the certification of rural products was included in the Law on the Quality and Safety of Agricultural Products, and its compliance is now ensured by the Ministry of Agriculture of the People's Republic of China.
Our idea provoked a response from both the government and society."
The author of the project, Song Jianchao, specializes in legal issues in agriculture. Based on his experience, he proposed to introduce special certificates for farm products. They indicate the origin of the goods and the time of harvest, as well as whether fertilizers and pesticides were used. Already in 2019, the chairman of the All-China Committee, Wang Yang, chose this proposal among the key ones.
Several years of hard work - and this January amendments to the Law on the Quality and Safety of Agricultural Products came into force. Now Chinese consumers can be calm about the quality of the products that get on their table. Science and the law are on guard.
This is how we fulfill the mission assigned to us by the party."
Soon, Song Jianchao plans to start working on improving the product quality tracking system. This should benefit millions of people.
The ecologist called the "green" development of China her dream
Song Qing, an ecologist by profession and dean of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences of Suzhou University of Science and Technology, does not see the future of his country without the introduction of an ecological approach and respect for nature. Having become a member of the National Committee of the People's Political Consultative Council of China, she appeals to relevant departments with her ideas. Many of them have already begun to be put into practice.
Song Qing's main project is a proposal to improve the mechanisms of legal protection of public interests in the field of ecology. The Supreme People's Court, the Supreme People's Prosecutor's Office and the Ministry of Environmental Protection of the People's Republic of China have shown great interest in the initiative. It was recognized as a useful addition to the existing laws.
In addition to lawmaking, Song Qing pays close attention to environmental protection. So, now Fenghuang County of Hunan Province is under her control. The ecologist regularly goes there and collects data on the environmental situation. Today Fenghuang looks like fabulously beautiful, but it wasn't always like that. A few years ago, it was surrounded by unauthorized landfills with waste from various industries. A set of environmental measures helped to reverse the situation.
Each of us has made a contribution, and life in the village has changed for the better."
Due to my status as a member of the All–China Committee, I have advantages - I can come up with advanced initiatives based on scientific knowledge."
Now Song Qing is engaged in improving the ecology of Taihu Lake. Its idea is to develop targeted measures for the management of water areas and the expansion of fishing.
If it is not caught for a long time, the fragile ecological balance is disturbed. Now we are studying effective ways to maintain a balance between the species of living organisms in the lake ecosystem."
Song Qing plans to continue contributing to the solution of environmental problems in the country and to establish a harmonious coexistence of man and nature.
China's environmental policy has helped save a rare bird species from extinction
For ten years, the philosophy of "green development" has remained one of the key aspects of China's modernization. An excellent example of the implementation of such a policy can be seen in Yunnan Province. Here, in the Chusyun-Yi Autonomous Okrug, a unique nature reserve has been operating for 20 years — the main habitat of rare green peacocks. This species is endangered, there are only about 600 individuals in all of China. The reserve has created an ideal environment for colorful birds, and their well-being is monitored around the clock using infrared cameras.
In 2015, we observed only 56 peacocks. And two years ago, 267 were already captured on cameras."
On the way to modernization, China focuses on harmony between man and nature. So, the year before last, Chinese President Xi Jinping announced the creation of the country's first five national parks. Almost a third of all specially protected species of wild animals and plants on land live on their territory.
The country is also making efforts to combat environmental pollution and desertification. As part of this work, the Chinese Government is improving the legal system. So, two years ago, the law on the protection of the country's longest river, the Yangtze, came into force. Another law — for the Yellow River — will take effect next month. As the pandemic subsides, cities are striving to increase economic growth. But representatives of municipal authorities assure that environmental protection will remain a priority — especially in places where nature reserves are located.
In the national park The population of Amur tigers and Far Eastern leopards is reviving in China In the mountains of the national park in the northeast of China, snow has not yet come down, and against its background it is easy to see a female Amur tiger with three cubs.
They patrol the area in search of prey. In recent years, the number of these rare animals, as well as the Far Eastern leopards, has grown significantly here, in the provinces of Jilin and Heilongjiang.
The population began to increase rapidly after these territories became one of the first five national natural parks in China. Now there are all conditions in the local forests for the tiger family to feel at ease.
But in order to grow and train them, to expand the range, the female needs a large amount of food. We need a very healthy ecosystem and a rich food chain so that this big cat can grow adult tigers from young animals."
Most likely, the animal will succeed: the survival rate of Amur tiger cubs in the national park has increased by more than 50%. This means that really good conditions have been created here. Today, the Chinese government is working hard to protect rare species. Over the past 10 years, thanks to the implementation of projects to save endangered wild animals and plants, many of them, such as the big panda, the Asian elephant, the Amur tiger, the Far Eastern leopard, the Hainan gibbon, the red-legged ibis and the davidia plant resembling bamboo bears' muzzles, have escaped complete extinction, and future generations of people will be able to see them not only in pictures.
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