OTTAWA - Song Tao, head of the International Department of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China (CPC), visited Canada from Wednesday to Friday.During the visit to Canada to meet leaders of the Canadian government, parliament and political parties, Song relayed the significant outcomes from the 19th CPC National Congress held in Beijing in October last year. He also expounded the details of Xi Jinping Thought on Socialism with Chinese Characteristics for a New Era.Song stressed that the 19th CPC National Congress has mapped out China's development blueprint until the middle of the century and declared China's desire to work with all countries toward the building of a community with a shared future for mankind, a concept developed by President Xi on global governance and ensuring global peace.Song said that China stands ready to work with Canada to strengthen strategic communications, enhance political mutual trust and continuously advance bilateral ties.During the meetings, Canadian officials said China's future development goals were not only important to China but bear profound influence for the rest of the world.Canada values the new opportunities brought by the 19th CPC National Congress to develop Canada-China relations, and Canada is willing to deepen ties with China in various fields, said Canadian officials. silicone wristband
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A mother breastfeeds her baby at a mall during an activity in celebration of the World Breastfeeding Week in Beijing, capital of China, Aug 6, 2016. [Photo/Xinhua] BEIJING - The rate of breastfeeding for infants under six months old in China is 29.2 percent, according to a recent survey by China Development Research Foundation. The survey, conducted between Sept 2017 to Jan 2018 among over 10,000 mothers with infant children across the country, also found that only 11.3 percent of the participants breastfed their children within an hour of birth. Fang Jin, deputy secretary general of the foundation, attributed the low rate of breastfeeding to easy access to breast milk substitutes and the misleading advertising of such products. The lack of public awareness as well as deficiency of support from family and social communities, including medical institutions, are also reasons why fewer mothers choose to breastfeed their children, said Fang. The World Health Organization recommended that infants be breastfed within an hour after birth and remain breastfed until they are six months old. The report called for measures be taken to raise public awareness, encourage medical care institutions to provide support and improve the legislation for maternity leave and childbirth insurance system.
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