中文homeGovernmentOfficialsBureausNews & EventsPoliticsBusinessLifeCross-Straits ExchangesPhotosVideosEventsDoing BusinessWhy FujianGuideOpportunitiesPoliciesParksIndustriesEnterprisesVisitingAttractionsDiningHotelsTransportationShoppingLeisureTravel agenciesLivingVisasMedical ServicesEducationMarriageAdoptionPetsBanksNumbersTips and InfoForumAboutOverviewHistoryCultureEconomyContactRegionsFuzhouXiamenQuanzhouPutianSanmingZhangzhouNanpingLongyanNingdePingtanHomeFujianPeopleFujian judge stars at 19th Party Congress( chinadaily.com.cn )Updated: 2017-10-20printmailLarge Medium SmallHuang Zhili, delegate to the National Congress of the Communist Party of China (CPC), introduces herself to the media at the “delegates corridor” in Beijing on Oct 18. [Photo /Xinhua]A judge from a local court in Fujian province impressed the public with her graciousness on Oct 18 when she became one of the first delegates to speak to the media at the “delegates corridor” at the 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China (CPC) in Beijing.
Held once every five years, the National Congress is Chinas most important political event. The meeting brings together the Partys top leaders along with hundreds of delegates from across the country, including local activists and small-town officials.
This years Congress for the first time features a “delegates corridor”, a mixed zone in which reporters are free to ask questions to delegates, to make the grand event more media-friendly and transparent.
One of the first delegates to walk down this corridor was Huang Zhili, a judge who presides at the Xiangcheng District Peoples Court in Zhangzhou, Fujian.
Huang touched reporters with her open attitude and passionate answers. According to the Fujian delegate, she had always wanted to work in public service.”I had a dream to be a heroine helping the poor when I was a child. Luckily, I became a judge and my dream came true,” said Huang.”With the more than five thousand cases I have dealt with in my ten-year career, I take satisfaction from the relieved smiles of over ten thousand litigants.”
According to Huang, an old woman brought her a bowl of sugar water when she mediated a case recently in a village in Xiangcheng, and asked her to give a message to the Party: “Thank the Communist Party of China for cultivating such good cadres for us.”
“To be honest, my eyes were brimming at that time,” Huang shared.
“The mission of Party is to serve the people. As a member, I will strive to be a bridge linking the Party and the people.”Invest in FujianExpat FocusVolunteers build appreciation for architectural heritageNew foreigners work permit in ChinaFujian company sponsors German runners Silk Road marathoTaste bud travelling in QuanzhoumorelivingVisasMarriageMedical ServicesAdoptionEducationNumbersGovernmentOfficialsBureausNews & EventsPoliticsBusinessLifeCross-Straits ExchangesPhotosVideosEventsRegionsFuzhouXiamenQuanzhouPutianSanmingZhangzhouNanpingLongyanNingdePingtanDoing bussinessWhy FujianGuideOpportunitiesPoliciesParksIndustriesEnterprisesVisitingAttractionsDiningHotelsTransportationShoppingLeisureTravel agenciesLivingVisasMedical ServicesEducationMarriageAdoptionPetsBanksNumbersTips and InfoAboutOverviewHistoryCultureEconomyCopyright ©2017 Fujian Provincial Publicity Department (International Publicity Office) All Rights Reserved.

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