Xi's speech also emphasized the openness of China's foreign policy, Ruan said, adding that China's development and opening-up not only benefits its own people but also benefits the development of other countries and their people.
Wu Xi, deputy chief of mission at the Chinese embassy, said the 130 cultural relics will serve as a window for people in the United States to learn about Chinese history and culture.
"I believe Hong Kong citizens should learn more about the country's laws as well as better participate in the steps to realizing the great rejuvenation of the Chinese nation," he added.
Four members of the International Center for Unit 731 Research found more than 2,300 pages of files about the notorious Japanese chemical warfare unit at the US National Archives, the Library of Congress and the Hoover Institution at Stanford University in September.
Xi also expressed gratitude to the NPC deputies and the whole nation for electing him president. He pledged to be loyal to the country and the people, spare no effort to fulfill his duties, be diligent at work, accept supervision from the people and never let the people down.
"On domestic issues, he has spoken extensively of improving the people's livelihoods, and on international issues, his people-centered philosophy is key to improving global governance," he said.
"The Party is the highest force for political leadership and the fundamental guarantee of the rejuvenation of the Chinese nation," Xi said.