Liu also pledged more measures to boost cross-Straits economic and cultural cooperation and improve the wellbeing of people on both sides.
"College education is still beset with problems like old-fashioned teaching methods and content, as well as a lack of teaching quality," said Zhan Dechen, a professor with Harbin Institute of Technology.
"The files, including a great deal of medical theses, laboratory reports and Japanese soldiers' recollections, have great significance in filling in the blanks in domestic germ war archives," Liu Rujia, one of the team members, told China Daily Friday. "They have both historical and academic value."
The unit conducted experiments on live human beings to test germ-releasing bombs and chemical bombs, among other atrocities.
Lawmakers at the ongoing annual session agreed that the constitutional revision accords with the aspirations of the Communist Party of China and the people and has won approval both inside and outside the Party.