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Despite a busy schedule, Xi still tries to find time to interact with children.
He has extended greetings to children nationwide every International Children
‘s Day since he became president in 2013, showing his care for their growth and his hope for them to carry on endeavors to realize the nation’s dreams.
nal Children’s Day falls on June 1 every year. In May 2013, while inspecting a school devastated by an earthquake in Sichuan province, Xi t
old students to turn their trauma into a source
of strength, urging them to be strong, brave and united. When visiting a primary school in Beijing’s Haidian district in 2014, Xi spoke of the
need to guide children to set high goals and create conditions for them to grow into adulthood.
e 1, 2015, when speaking to members of the Young Pioneers of China in Bei jing, Xi called on all Chinese children to learn to be people of integrity, knowledge and responsibility from an early age.
a’s photovoltaic products. Export value to Vietnam rose 239 times to $739 million in the fi
rst quarter, taking up 16.8 percent of China’s t
otal photovoltaic export value. With the European Union ending its anti-dumping and anti-subsidy meas
ures, photovoltaic exports from China to Europe a
lso saw large increase in Q1. The country’s photovoltaic products export volume to the Netherlands and Spain increased 1,049.6 percent and 158.3 perc
ectively, in the first quarter, said the report. It predicted that the emerging markets, such as Mexico, Aus tralia, Turkey, and the United Arab Emirates will further boost the export of China’s p
hotovoltaic modules. The export of China’s photovoltaic products to the United States dropped 28.9 pe
rcent to just 0.01 GW in the first quarter, the report said. The Section 201, Section 3
National Health Commission should monitor all gene-editing centers and IVF clinics in China to ensure trials are in line with regulations.
A national registry dedicated to clinical trials involving cell technologies should be established to pro
mote greater transparency, they said, so that before a trial begins scientists would need to pass an
ethics review and provide a list of names of all participating scientists and institutions.
Universities and research institutes should strengthen education and
training in bioethics and scientific and medical professionalism, covering research sci
entists and students of science, medicine and the humanities at all levels, they said.
In addition, more efforts should be undertaken to eliminate prejudice against people wi
th disabilities, which exists in the minds of some scholars, they said. Following the gene-edited baby incid
ent, government departments have vowed to improve supervision, and new regulations are being made or revised.