On December 26, CPPCC Women Sector organized its members to visit its counterparts, a project "Reaching You" designed to get to know each other among CPPCC women members and their careers.
He Pingwei, chief of the Commission for Social Governance with Laws, Li Feng-hua, deputy chief of the Commission, Li Rong, chief of Women Sector, and Sun Mei'e, vice chairperson of SWFattended the project and an annual meeting included. Cao Yan-chun from the University of Marine-time hosted the meeting.
During the visit, Yang Yi, CPPCC member, also president of Wei-zhong Media, shared her stories with the visitors about her career, work experience and gaining from her practice as a CPPCC member.
Li Rong summed up that Women Sector, CPPCC did an excellent job in the year of 2018, as members of the Sector reflected their strong sense of responsibility and strength in surveys and decision-making issues. Progress was made especially on issues of day-care service, employment for women, adjustment for family disputes and public facilities available for mothers and their babies.
Li also commented that programs in year of 2018 were so diversified that had attracted more members of the Sector to join and contribute. She further called for a higher quality of proposals for the coming plenary session, CPPCC.
Li Fenghua from the Commission recognized the performance and progress Women Sector achieved and suggested to carry out researches on public day-care service and policy on family development further. He Pinwei from the Commission extended his thanks to Li Rong and her group for such wonderful programs offered and commented that programs were systematic and effective. He asked SWF to join CPPCC to voice women's needs, especially on issues as installment of public facilities for mothers and their babies, improvement of gender equity and environment for business. He expected women CPPCC members to play more important roles in supervision of the social governance. Sun of SWF commented that CPPCC was a wonderful approach for SWF to voice out women's demands and she hoped that Women Sector would match their performance in a better way with CPPCC and SWF. Delegates and members exchange their ideas and comments at the meeting.