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Recently, the sixth issue of "New Youth Monthly Talk" was held in the teacher and student service hall of "zhijiangyun". Zhu minzhong, instructor of xi jinping thought on socialism with Chinese characteristics for a new era and senior teacher of the ideological and political affairs department of the college, Shared a topic entitled "interpretation of the spirit of the national 'two sessions'. Nearly 50 participants participated in the activities, including the head of the College Youth League Committee, the representatives of the members of the College Students' Seminar on Socialist Thoughts with Chinese Characteristics in the New Era of Xi Jinping, and the youth representatives of the League members.
In the event, Zhu Minzhong first introduced the historical evolution of the "two sessions" and several important turning points in the historical development of New China, and used specific cases to lead the students on the scene to review the outstanding years of the development and growth of the motherland. Subsequently, he focused on the analysis of the highlights and characteristics of this year's "two sessions", refined the key points of government work report, such as laws and regulations, precise poverty alleviation, three major battles, and elaborated on China's magnificent reform process. Then, he cited a series of data to elaborate on the economy, employment, poverty alleviation, per capita disposable income, fiscal revenue, medical care and other aspects. At last, he deeply and simply analyzed the three major problems that need to be dealt with in order to do a good job in social development, and encouraged students to study diligently, practice courageously, learn more about China's actual situation, and better understand the true connotation of the "two sessions" report.
During the activities, teachers and students spoke freely around the theme and exchanged enthusiastically on learning the spirit of the National "Two Sessions".