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Expats witness many changes in China

Updated: Mar 3,2018 3:10 PM

Several expats were invited to share their views on how last year’s Government Work Report has changed their lives.

The report, which was delivered by Premier Li Keqiang during the two sessions last March, contained an overarching guideline for the government’s annual tasks for development.

The two sessions are the annual gathering of the nation’s top legislature and political advisory body, held in March every year.

Brian Cheong, who came from South Korea, started a social networking service for young people in China. He has settled in Beijing and was able to apply for a green card for entrepreneurs.

Mike Mehrvarz, an Iranian-American child and adult psychologist, said China’s openness would intensify its connection to the rest of the world, including his home country, Iran.

Philipp Neumann opened a German restaurant in Beijing. He is impressed by China’s advances in internet-based industries, which has covered all aspects of his life and business.