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People in Fujian express hopes for the future

11-11-2012 13:35 BJT Special Report:18th CPC National Congress |

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By CCTV reporter Lin Nan

People from all walks of life have been expressing their hopes for the future. CCTV reporter Lin Nan spoke with people in Fujian Province, to find out what their expectations are and the issues that concern them.

Xiong Jiahai, teacher, Jinjiang, said, "The children of migrant workers are not allowed to sit college entrance exams in the cities where they live, they have to return to their place of birth. I hope a law can be introduced to change this situation and put all kids on an equal footing."

Xiong Jiahai, teacher, Jinjiang

Dai Linli, retiree, Fuzhou, said, "I hope the government can help guide people to fulfill their responsibility to take care of the elderly. I’ve heard many stories of elderly parents being abandoned by their kids."

Dai Linli, retiree, Fuzhou

Chen Zhengjie, student of Minkiang College, Fuzhou, said, "I hope the country will encourage more innovation and innovative talent. The knowledge and skills we learn at college are not always diverse enough, they limit our career development."

Chen Zhengjie, student of Minkiang College, Fuzhou

Tian Nongqiang, migrant worker, Fuzhou, said, "I want to buy a flat and settle down in this city, hopefully the government will do something to reduce the cost of housing."

Tian Nongqiang, migrant worker, Fuzhou

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