Three more measures to ensure the safety of Chinese citizens abroad were introduced by Foreign Minister Wang Yi.
China will put the greater good before its self interests; and will stand up for small and weak countries and help less-developed countries achieve better growth, Wang said calling China's foreign policy as "more visionary".
Guizhou has focused on the promotion of agricultural products in the past few years and launched a project called Qianhuo Chushan to help farmers in mountainous areas sell their products in cities. Data from the first half of 2017 shows the project generated a revenue of 3.7 billion yuan, an increase of 42 percent year-on-year.
Cui has been in the business for five years, and this is the first time she is selling her products outside Heilongjiang. Even though she has to pay a daily rent of 620 yuan ($98) for her stall at the fair, her candies fetch her nearly 4,000 yuan a day－a figure she didn't expect to reach, she says.
During Monday's discussion, she talked about villagers' efforts to plant produce that brings them a higher income, such as carrots and traditional Chinese medicinal herbs. Xi asked her questions from time to time.
"I will introduce the spirit of pursuing high-quality growth to my colleagues, and such a spirit will guide our work in all respects," she said. In January 2014, Xi visited the dairy company.