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CMC leaders participate in voluntary tree planting in Beijing

By An Puzhong (China Military Online)

13:43, March 27, 2013

Fan Changlong and Xu Qiliang, members of the Political Bureau of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China (CPC) and vice chairmen of the Central Military Commission (CMC), went to the Nanhaizi Park in Daxing District of Beijing to participate in voluntary tree planting on the morning of March 25, 2013.

Zhang Yang, Zhao Keshi, Zhang Youxia, Ma Xiaotian and Wei Fenghe, members of the CMC, also took part in the tree planting.

The troop units of the Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) stationed in Beijing dispatched 270,000-odd persons/times of officers and men to support the capital area to plant forests of 20,000-plus mu (1333.33-plus hectares) including more than 800,000 trees and more than 2,120,000 square meters of grass in 2012.

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