Senior Chinese official urges CPC members to better serve people

08:47, July 08, 2011      

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A senior official of the Communist Party of China (CPC) has called on party members to dedicate themselves to their work and serve the people wholeheartedly.

Zhou Yongkang, a Standing Committee member of the Political Bureau of the CPC Central Committee, made the remarks when meeting with CPC member Zhuang Shihua, who is a doctor and president of the Armed Forces Hospital in northwest Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region.

Zhou called on party members to learn from Zhuang, who settled in the far western border area for 38 years to "heal the wounded and rescue the dying".

"As a CPC member, Zhuang holds firmly to the Party's ideals and beliefs," Zhou said.

Zhuang has created a medical miracle by conducting more than 100,000 successful cholecystectomy operations. He also treated more than 200,000 patients of various ethnic groups, including soldiers at sentry posts in Xinjiang, which "greatly contributes to ethnic unity and social stability," Zhou said.

"He puts people's interests in his heart," Zhou added.

Zhou, also secretary of the CPC Central Committee's Commission for Political and Legal Affairs, called on CPC members to fight against ethnic separatist activities, safeguard ethnic unity and contribute to Xinjiang's development and stability.

Source: Xinhua
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