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Sun Shaocheng, China's minister of veterans affairs. [Photo/Xinhua]
A draft law on supporting veterans is expected to be submitted to the top legislature for reading in the second half of this year, Sun Shaocheng, China's minister of veterans affairs, said.
The making of the draft law began in April 2018 and opinions and suggestions from various government departments and military units have been solicited. If everything goes well, it will be delivered to the National People's Congress Standing Committee for review in the latter half of the year, he said.
Sun said the legislation for a total of 11 laws and regulations, as well as 17 policies that concern veteran affairs, has started or will soon start.
Liu Yuzhu, director of the National Cultural Heritage Administration and a national political adviser. [Photo/Xinhua]
The role of museums as cultural heritage institutions tasked with securing and preserving cultural relics cannot be weakened, said Liu Yuzhu, director of the National Cultural Heritage Administration and a national political adviser on Sunday.
He stressed that Chinese museums, especially those built on ruins or around ancient architecture, should stay the course.
Liu described Chinese museums as currently enduring "growing pains", adding that the country's museums are tackling capacity limitations amid booming demand.
He pointed out that museums should maintain a level of elegance and not devolve into vulgar market fairs and commonplace entertainment venues so as to elevate the cultural IQ of the general public.