She said there have been "some true victories" with respect to China's air pollution, but the country still faces major challenges in controlling emissions from vehicles, which are climbing higher even as emissions from coal burning drop.
At the emergency session of the United Nations Security Council on Saturday, many countries raised such questions. They are waiting for the independent investigation by a team from the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW), which arrived a day after the US-led airstrikes.
Friday's meeting was the third gathering of the Central Commission for Integrated Military and Civilian Development, which was founded in January last year by the Political Bureau of the CPC Central Committee. It was the first time the top leadership had established a body dedicated to civil-military integration.
Of course it's not the first time that the US broke international laws in Syria. Its launch of 59 Tomahawk cruise missiles against Syria on April 7, 2017, was both a flagrant infringement of international law and Syrian sovereignty.
Those are just some of the many serious questions raised by the airstrikes, questions that the increasingly "patriotic" US news outlets failed to ask.
A Hainan information tech firm has developed a brand new identification system based on a sawtooth-pattern two-dimensional barcode, according to Hainan Daily.