Hong Kong will remain a free market economy with very strong business orientated policies and rule of the law in the dynamics of business confidence and business security.
Safeguarding national security is the foundation of Hong Kong’s prosperity and stability, as well as the livelihood of its people. Only by ensuring the social stability of Hong Kong from a legal perspective can the region and its people have a promising future.
To help ensure they stay above the poverty line, the Chinese government has for the past thirteen-years employed a benefit cash payment known as dibao.
Persuading students to return to school is not the ultimate goal. Rather, it is best to make it possible for students to receive quality education and want to stay in school.
Those who want to score “anti-China” points and disrupt Hong Kong will soon find their days have come to an end, and the ridiculous idea of “using Hong Kong to manipulate China” is an effort made in vain.
Finding the right balance between ecological protection and improving people’s quality of life has been a difficult act for China. RFFP has not always a perfect solution to either problem but for many, it has provided positive results for dealing with both.
China’s Foreign Minister Wang Yi held a press conference on May 24, 2020 on China-US relations, China’s role in fighting COVID-19 and other issues.
The Chinese Dream is alive and well – and if other nations can swallow their pride and learn from China’s example, it can become a World Dream as well, and the nations can finally have poverty behind us, and peace and moderate prosperity ahead of us.
As China begins to rev up its production capabilities, all the upbeat signals from China are helping create a greater sense in those countries still struggling with the coronavirus that there is light at the end of the tunnel.
For China’s Central Government, violent protests and foreign interference in Hong Kong underscores the need and urgency for a national security law to be implemented.
The interests of the people are paramount, this is how democracy goes in China.
The COVID-19 pandemic has put a brake on economic activities worldwide, and China’s early recovery and return to normal life makes this year’s government work report all the more instructive for much of the world.