Tag: Congress

The 2021 China Cultural Computing Conference released 11 group standards for the construction of national cultural big data system

Beijing, October 27 (Li Xinyu) on October 27, the “2021 Chinese cultural Computing Conference” co sponsored by China Public Relations Association, the Publicity Department of the Yunnan provincial Party committee of the Communist Party of China, China Communications Society and Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications opened in Beijing. Guo Weimin, member of the CPPCC National Committee, President of China Public Relations Association and former deputy director of the Information Office of the State Council, attended the meeting and delivered a speech. Zhao Jin, member of the Standing Committee of the CPC Yunnan Provincial Committee and director of the publicity department, delivered a speech in the form of video connection and introduced the cultural development of Yunnan.


The US House Committee unanimously adopted a proposal to charge Bannon with “contempt of Congress”

Beijing, Oct. 20 (Xinhua) – according to comprehensive U.S. media reports, on October 19 local time, the “congressional riots investigation committee” of the U.S. House of Representatives unanimously adopted a report accusing Stephen Bannon, former chief strategist of the White House and one of former president Trump’s closest allies, of “contempt for the Congress”.


The first meeting of the 15th National Assembly of Vietnam elected Nguyen Xuan Phuc as the President of Vietnam

   The first meeting of the 15th National Assembly of Vietnam elected Nguyen Xuan Phuc as the President of Vietnam on the morning of July 26 for a term of 5 years. Nguyen Xuan Phuc was sworn in immediately after his election. Nguyen Xuan Phuc was born in Guishan County, Quang Nam Province, central Vietnam, and joined the Communist Party of Vietnam on May 12, 1982. Nguyen Xuan Phuc served as a member of the Political Bureau of the 11th and 12th Central Committee of the Communist Party of Vietnam, deputy prime minister of the Vietnamese government, and prime minister of the Vietnamese government.


The United States will follow the riots: the former acting secretary of defense said that he was afraid of sending troops to be regarded as a “coup”

Chinanews.com, May 13th. According to a report by Qiaobao.com, on the 12th local time, former US acting Secretary of Defense Miller testified before Congress that he did not send troops to the Capitol when the mob attacked the Capitol on January 6. It is because they are worried that this move will encourage people to think that Trump may launch a “military coup.”