Xi Jinping's First Day of Investigation in Jiangxi: There is Deep Meaning Behind




[Xi's Moment] President Xi Jinping, also general secretary of the Communist Party of China Central Committee and chairman of the Central Military Commission, visits Jiangxi for investigation and research, which is Xi Jinping's fourth local investigation and research since this year, May 20, 2019. Today ,we are going to help you to understand the profound meaning and considerations of his inspection tour.


On May 20, President Xi Jinping comes to Jiangxi for an inspection and research. This is the fourth local inspection and research this year after the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei inspection in January, the Beijing inspection and research on the eve of the Spring Festival, and the Chongqing inspection and research in April. It is also Xi Jinping's second inspection and research in Jiangxi since the 18th National Congress of the CPC.


To enter the enterprise, observe the people's livelihood and realize the first thoughts. Xi Jinping has those key "highlights" for the important activities on the first day of his inspection.


First "highlight": Paying attention to the development of strategic resources
President Xi Jinping inspected a company that manufactures high-tech magnetic materials as he kicked off an inspection trip to East China's Jiangxi province on Monday. Xi learned about the business operations of the JL MAG Rare-Earth Co Ltd, based in Ganzhou, which specializes in rare earth permanent magnetic materials, as well as the development of the rare earth sector in the city.
The seemingly ordinary inspection tour has very unusual significance. The rare earth is one of his inspection goals.


The rare earths are called "the seeds of technology" and “technology metals.”  They make possible the high tech world we live in today – everything from the miniaturization of electronics, to the enabling of green energy and medical technologies, to supporting a myriad of essential telecommunications and defense systems.  They are the elements that have become irreplaceable to our world of technology owing to their unique magnetic, phosphorescent, and catalytic properties.


According to the Situation and Policies of China's Rare Earth Industry, China is relatively abundant in rare earth resources, and its rare earth reserves account for approximately 23 percent of the world's total. Currently, China supplies over 90 percent of the global market rare earth needs with 23 percent of the world's total reserves, its output of permanent-magnet, luminescent, hydrogen-storage and polishing materials which use rare earths as raw materials, accounts for more than 70 percent of the world's total, and rare earth materials, parts and components, as well as rare earth end products, such as energy-saving lamps, special and small electric motors and NiMH batteries, satisfied the development needs of high-tech industries of other countries, especially those of the developed countries.


The efficient development and utilization of rare earths can effectively promote the upgrading of China's multi-field industries and realize the rise of many emerging strategic industries, which is of great significance to the development of the country.
Second "highlight": Education of mission as mobilization
President Xi Jinping pays tribute to and lays a floral basket at a monument marking the departure of the Long March in Yudu county of Ganzhou city, East China's Jiangxi province, May 20, 2019. Xi on Monday afternoon visited the starting point of the Long March by the Central Red Army in Yudu County, on an inspection tour of Jiangxi province.
"Everything must go forward, but we can't forget the way we walked. Even if we go further and reach a brighter future, we cannot forget the past and why we started. "
Each generation has their own long march. Xi Jinping's profound consideration lies in the courage to overcome difficulties and the power to keep moving forward from the source of revolutionary spirit and to walk the long road of contemporary people.
On May 13, Xi Jinping presided over a meeting of the Political Bureau of the CPC Central Committee. The meeting decided to launch the education featured with "Do not forget our initiative mind, Remember our Mission" theme starting from June this year. In the beginning of the thematic education, Xi Jinping went to Jiangxi, the revolutionary hot land, which is the most effective "mobilization" for the education of the whole party.
Third "highlight": The old revolutionary base areas will never be "left behind" on the way to achieve a moderately prosperous society
President Xi Jinping visits Tantou village in Yudu county, Ganzhou city, during an inspection tour of east China's Jiangxi province on May 20, 2019. At the home of veteran Sun Guanfa, a descendant of a Red Army martyr, Xi chatted with Sun's family and local officials, and learned in detail about the production developments and life improvements of people in the old revolutionary base.
Examining the truth and calculating detailed accounts are Xi Jinping's consistent schedules of local inspections since the 18th National Congress of the CPC and his consistent work style. Farm yard, heated kang and paddy field were once "meeting places" for Xi Jinping to inspect and work. 
Xi Jinping often worries about the development of the old Soviet areas.
When the National People's Congress and the National People's Congress took part in the Fujian delegation's deliberations this year, Xi Jinping made important arrangements for poverty alleviation in the old and Soviet areas. During this visit, Xi Jinping continued to pay attention to the development of old and Soviet areas.
"We must never forget the people of the old and Soviet areas." That is Xi Jinping's belief and feelings, as well as the inheritance and responsibility of the Chinese Communists in the new era.