Reporter’s Diary: What’s the highlight of President Xi’s Fujian visit?

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Chinese President Xi Jinping has concluded his first inspection tour after the Two Sessions earlier this month in #Beijing. On the fourth day of his trip to east China’s #Fujian Province, he visited a university in the provincial capital of Fuzhou on Thursday, where he urged young people to dedicate themselves to China’s development. CGTN’s Xu Mengqi has more highlights of Xi’s Fujian trip.

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