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Young people show interest in 'two sessions'

(China Daily) Updated: 2016-02-29 08:07

Many young Chinese are expressing interest in the annual two sessions of the country's top legislature and political advisory body, set to open this week.

"Talent development in large cities such as Shanghai should be encouraged. Restrictive regulations related to home purchases and the household registration system should be lifted."

Wan Lengyan, saleswoman in Shanghai

"Annual leave is not enough for people like me who need to visit parents. Policymakers should consider extending the leave."

Wang Liping, seafood company employee in Dalian, Liaoning province

"Education reform is my biggest concern. I really hope students in China face less pressure and have more fun in school."

Zhang Shan, teacher in Shijiazhuang, Hebei province

Young people show interest in 'two sessions'

"I'm most concerned about the economic slowdown and new economic growth engines for small cities."

Ma Ji, real estate company employee in Chongqing

Young people show interest in 'two sessions'

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