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Top 10 concerns to address at NPC and CPPCC sessions

The Fifth Session of the 11th National People's Congress (NPC), China's national legislature, is to convene in Beijing on Mar.5 , and the Fifth Session of the 11th Chinese People's Political and Consultative Conference (CPPCC), China's political advisory body, will commence on Mar. 3. These "two sessions", to last for more than 10 days, are always highly expected by the ordinary Chinese who view the grand meeting as a unique chance to breathe some fresh air to their banal life, focus on their problems and address their grievances.

With the NPC & CPPCC sessions approaching, Sina.com (English version), as well as its forum Talk Sina, dubbed as mouthpiece of the grassroots, is eliciting major concerns that you hope to be addressed at this year’s “two sessions”.

Please feel free to click 10 from the choices as listed below.

Social security
Impartial and fair justice
Individual income
Fight against corruption and graft for a clean government
Environmental protection
Housing price
Medical reforms
Price control
Safe food and drink
Education reforms
Employment
Build-up of democratic legal system
Demolition and evacuation all by law
Reform of individual tax
Reform of household registration system (hukou)
Traffic management
China's international status
Credible Internet culture
Political reform
Economic streamlining

Chinese FM meets with press

Chinese Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi held a news conference on the sidelines of the Fifth Session of the 11th National People's Congress (NPC) at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, China, March 6, 2012.

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The central In Premier Wen's government report (2012),budget for government spending on education this year accounts for 4 percent of the GDP. Your feel?
Satisfied, for the 1st time to that level.
Far from sufficient.
It's Okay, but should be higher.

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