“Our lunar exploration project has plans for up to the year 2020, and we are pushing ahead to carry out the plans.”
WU ZHIJIAN, spokesman for the State Administration of Science, Technology and Industry for National Defense, announces China’s far-reaching plans for moon exploration, following the successful lunar landing of the Chang’e-3 last Saturday.
“We should seize the opportunity, explore the potential for cooperation and promote a healthy and stable Sino-US relationship.”
Premier LI KEQIANG, commenting as he met the US delegation for the 24th session of the China-US Joint Commission on Commerce and Trade in Beijing on Thursday.
“China’s development cannot be separated from the world and vice versa. Helping the world to better understand contemporary China requires our joint efforts.”
CAI MINGZHAO, minister of the State Council Information Office, vows that the central government would organize more news releases and interviews next year to help the work of overseas media correspondents.
“It will help improve the air quality, but it’s just the beginning.”
Bureau of Industry and Information of Shijiazhuang official NIU YONGZHI, commenting on the demolition of the first batch of cement plants, which have been a major source of dust pollution in North China.
“Those measures endorsed by the
plenum, such as transparency and accountability, should be included in the Budget Law’s draft amendment.”
The central bank’s former vice-governor WU XIAOLING, calls upon the country’s top legislative body to speed up reform work.