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A 'sense of gain' comes from the wow factor

[2017-03-14 08:57]

Last week, I interviewed Chen Jingyu, a leading lung transplant surgeon and legislator from Jiangsu province who is in Beijing for the annual two sessions. I wrote a story about how he has continued to perform operations during his stay in the capital.

Seeing from a broader perspective

[2017-03-13 09:00]

As an economics reporter covering the two sessions, I have got used to the scenario of journalists bustling around and chasing ministers, economists and businesspeople for a brief interview. Such "chases" happen so often that I had developed the illusion that the top legislative and political advisory sessions were solely about economic issues.

Honored to report and play my part

[2017-03-13 07:37]

Are fetuses entitled to property-inheritance rights? How can China protect people's personal information? And how will the nation chart its course over the coming year?

High-tech gizmos can be a distraction

[2017-03-10 08:59]

An unusual piece of futuristic reporting equipment that enables its operator to broadcast on 16 platforms at once certainly caught my eye at this year's two sessions.

Going in search of the big answers

[2017-03-09 07:23]

Oftentimes, reporting on financial news seems far removed from the excitement of covering wars, politics or the drama and celebrity of the entertainment world.

Star political advisers can offer real insights

[2017-03-08 08:39]

Though the celebrity status of some of the nation's political advisers puts the two sessions in the media spotlight, what will last longer and have more power to inspire are their thoughts and suggestions. That's my main takeaway, when reflecting on the influence of advisers, as I cover the annual session of the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference for the fourth year.

Giving a voice to the grassroots

[2017-03-07 09:37]

As other reporters thronged the red carpet stretched from the north gate of the Great Hall of the People on Sunday, I followed Rehangul Emir to the east gate, the main entrance, on her way to attend her fifth annual session of the National People's Congress.

My first time to cover two sessions

[2017-03-06 09:31]

Each year, China's most-experienced reporters, armed with the best broadcasting equipment and latest multimedia technologies, cover the annual sessions of the top legislature and advisory body in Beijing.

We must forget pride to map global course

[2017-03-05 13:07]

As I checked in at a Beijing hotel the other day, my attention was caught by a massive world map on the wall behind the reception desk. What struck me was not its size, but the fact it was different from the maps I'd seen displayed in Europe.

Asking, knowing, reminding

[2017-03-05 11:38]

The annual two sessions of the National People's Congress and the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference are underway, and for journalists it's time to ask, know, understand and remind.

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