Zhang Jianmin, vice-secretary of the Party committee of Ongniud Banner in the Inner Mongolia, is eager to tell Premier Li about the tremendous changes in his village since the Premier’s visit last year.
Fan Haohao, a 25-year-old man working in an express delivery company, said he is happy that Premier Li Keqiang’s visit boosted the business.
Residents of Taipingzhuang village, in the Inner Mongolia autonomous region, are now fully covered for medical treatment from a brand new clinic, following Premier Li’s visit last year.
Premier Li’s messages to young volunteers who worked at the second Summer Youth Olympic Games made a lasting impression.
The Premier said that shanty towns are scars on a city and that there are many such areas nationwide, but with persistent efforts the scars will finally be healed.
The 13-year-old girl well remembers the time when Premier Li visited her home in Shaanxi province before Spring Festival of 2014.
A robot made by Chaihuo Makerspace in Shenzhen has become a popular attraction after Premier Li’s visit on Jan 4.
More than 1,400 rural residents of Yuanqiao township in Dezhou, Shandong province became citizens of a new local community in 2010.
An online shop owner in a village in Yiwu, Zhejiang province saw business booms as the Premier encouraged during a visit there.
The Premier said that modern agriculture supports the country’s food security, boosts farm owners’ profits and farmers’ income.
Premier Li asked the manufacturer to ensure the quality and safeguard the reputation of made-in-China equipments.
Promised to work together, both Premier Li and the girl he has sent a letter to, have made efforts in the past year.
The State Council’s policies since last year in favor of student entrepreneurs further support Wei Xiaoyu’s efforts to enlarge his business.