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'Two Sessions' in Beijing begins to receive reporter applications

(Beijing Daily)

10:32, January 10, 2012

Translated and Edited by People's Daily Online

The fifth session of the 13th Beijing Municipal People's Congress will be held between Jan. 12 and 17 of 2012 and the fifth session of the 11th Beijing Municipal People's Political Consultative Conference will be held between Jan. 10 and 15 of 2012.

The Information Center of the “two sessions” is responsible for receiving and handling interview applications from Chinese and foreign reporters.

Any reporter who wants to conduct interviews can submit their applications. Reporters from the central media agencies and the Beijing municipal media agencies can submit their applications at the Information Center

Reporters from Hong Kong and Macao can submit their applications to the Hong Kong and Macao Affairs Office of Beijing;reporters from the Taiwan Province can submit applications to the Taiwan Affairs Office of Beijing。

Foreign reporters in Beijing can submit their applications to the Foreign Affairs Office of Beijing.

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