另外，无论年龄和性别，北京的研究对象都更倾向于认为，学校和家长教育他们的都是 “性别平等” 和 “无私奉献”。他们认为政府应该出台政策去减少收入不平等，却不同意政府应该尽可能少地干预经济。与之相比，受访的台北人则不会持有这种态度，不同年龄层之间也不存在差异。
So, for the reasonable price of around 130 yuan I had survived, and enjoyed the outcome of, a wash, cut and blow dry in a country where I speak very little of the language. There've been times when I've not even managed that in the UK! The author is British, born in Spain, and now living in China. When not working in communications and marketing in Ningbo, Zhejiang, she enjoys travelling in China and Asia, practising her fledgling Mandarin and writing about her experiences. At home her pet cat Tyrion (proving that she watches way too much TV) keeps her busy, requiring regular Taobao purchases of cat toys and treats.
The experience with China in the skies and China at the majestic airport was done and it was now time for me to discover Guangzhou, the China I had come to see.
Thunderous applause reverberated in the Great Hall of the People when the election result was announced.
The government will increase the supply of clean power; steadily advance major projects aimed at cutting coal consumption, such as those to promote the use of shallow geothermal energy, the upgrading of coal-fired steam boilers to make them energy efficient, and the recovery of waste heat for household heating; and steadily move forward with adopting clean energy sources for winter heating in northern China based on local circumstances, according to the draft report.
It will also amplify work-relief programs in extremely impoverished areas and encourage eastern and western regions to deepen their collaboration on poverty reduction.