Xi Urges to Fight against Extravagance
   2013-01-29 08:46:18    CRIENGLISH.com      Web Editor: Mao Yaqing

 

SOUTH CHINA METROPOLITAN DAILY

Xi urges to fight against extravagance

Chinese leader Xi Jinping has urged all official organs to keep a frugal lifestyle and resolutely oppose extravagance.

He noted that the fine Chinese tradition of "being diligent and thrifty" and the idea of "honor frugality and shame to extravagance" should be promoted among all walks of life.

XIAOXIANG MORNING POST

Dealing with corrupt party members is pledged

The Communist Party of China has promised to deal with unqualified members in a timely way and keep the Party at a "proper size".

A statement said "the faith of a few Party members has wavered and they have a weak understanding of the Party's tenets and have not followed discipline".

CHINA DAILY

Anti-graft project piloted in Guangdong

Guangdong will implement a property declaration system in three pilot areas.

These areas will start to ask officials to disclose their assets after Spring Festival.

GLOBAL TIMES

Police hunt hukou cheats in Yulin

Police in Yulin, Shaanxi Province have begun a city-wide search for citizens who may have illegally registered more than one hukou or household registration.
It will target government employees, entrepreneurs and the self-employed, and investigate people who transferred their hukou to Yulin from other places after 2005.

SHANGHAI DAILY

Shanghai aims for faster income growth

Authorities say Shanghai will try to raise people's incomes at a rate quicker than the national average and those on low incomes will see their salaries grow even faster.

China is reportedly going to announce a scheme on income distribution reform in the next two months.

DONGGUAN TIMES

Labor camp was taken to court

A rape victim's mother who was sent to labor camp for protesting at sentences handed down to the rapists is being allowed to take legal action against the camp administration in her city in central China's Hunan Province.

She is seeking compensation and an apology.

BEIJING TIMES

China queries NZ about chemical residue in milk

China's quality watchdog said it has asked New Zealand authorities to present a detailed risk assessment report on its dairy products.

This comes after potentially harmful chemical residue was found in milk products from New Zealand.

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