Li Xiaoxin Attends Two Political Sessions with Eco Bag
   2014-03-05 13:01:30    CRIENGLISH.com      Web Editor: Xu Fei

Li Xiaolin attends the panel discussion on China's financial sector during the country's two political sessions in Beijing on March 4, 2014. [Photo: CFP]

Li Xiaolin, executive director and chief executive officer of China Power International Development Limited, has received the most attention from the public among the attendees from the finance sector at the two political sessions, according to recently released data.

Photos of her appearance at the opening session of China's top political advisory body, published by ifeng.com attracted 6,000 comments on the day of release, with many praising her sense of style. On Tuesday, she was pictured carrying an environmentally-friendly reusable bag on her way to a panel discussion, leading many netizens to comment that she is dressing in a more low-key manner this year.

Li has presented 25 proposals in the past six years at the two political sessions, covering fields such as energy, the environment, ecology, the economy and social responsibility. She has reportedly prepared three proposals this year which will focus on the theme of electric power.

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