Chinese Gov't Sets Up Blogs for Lawmakers


Chinese Gov't Sets Up Blogs for Lawmakers

In one posting, National People's Congress delegate Zhou Hongyu wrote that serving in the legislature is a way to "fulfill my duty and be a better deputy."

"I hope to collect the wishes of the people, listen to their will and experience the people's lives," wrote Zhou, a representative from the southern province of Hunan who advocates education reform.

The patriotically named "Strong Country Blog" is run by the People's Daily, the newspaper of the ruling Communist Party.

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