Jiashi County's "Three Unions" Activities and Rural/Nomadic Citizens' "Three News" Events Strive for Remarkable ResultsJuly 10, 2017
On July 10, Jiashi County carried out the “three-in-one” activities of raising the national flag on Monday, giving lectures, and distributing funds to benefit the people. It also held activities to “advocate new fashions, establish a new atmosphere, and establish a new order.” A total of 194,000 people from 279 villages and communities in the county participated in the event, and a total of 132 million yuan was distributed to benefit 53,700 people, including rural subsistence allowances, subsidies for the disabled, funds for housing and housing, and cotton subsidies.
The work team of the Propaganda Department of the Jiashi County Party Committee in Bagetuogelake Village, Yingmaili Township organized the activities of raising the national flag, giving lectures, and distributing funds to benefit the people on Monday. All the cadres of the Propaganda Department of the County Party Committee participated together. On the same day, the village distributed a total of 170,440 yuan to benefit the people.
12 administrative villages in Gambazi Township held national flag raising activities at the same time. Accompanied by the solemn national anthem, the bright five-star red flag rose slowly against the morning sun. A total of 15,754 people from various cadres and the masses participated in the flag-raising ceremony. After the flag-raising ceremony, propaganda with the themes “being a qualified parent who adapts to the development of the times” and “being aspiring sons and daughters who love the motherland and hometown” was spread beneath the national flag.
Payzawat Education Office teams assigned to Yingtamu Village, Mixia Township, held gratitude education activities. Daughters-in-law served their mothers-in-law and daughters served their mothers tea, combed their hair, and expressed their feelings to promote affection amongst family members.
In conjunction with Xiaputule Township Monday lecture theme, every village in the township carried out activities such as giving thanks to the elders, increasing familial affection, volunteerism for university students who have returned home, Ethnic Unity–One Family, singing patriotic songs, cultural performances, and all types of educational and interesting games and sports competitions. Gratitude, Unity, Dedication, Harmony, Competition, Responsibility and other traits of cultural positivity infected everyone in attendance. They united everyone’s hearts and elevated the cultural levels of the masses while promoting ethnic unity.
Tageike Village, Kizilsu Township, launched an educational activity themed “Thanksgiving for Mothers.” Through hands-on training, villagers were guided to know how to be grateful from an early age, starting from the people and things around them that they feel most deeply, and learned to appreciate their parents and the kindness of life and nurturing they have given them.
Keketal Village, Guleruk Township, carried out the “three-in-one” activity, distributing a total of 373,566 yuan to 178 villagers in cotton subsidies. Officials preached on the theme “be a qualified parent in the new era, be a citizen who loves the motherland and repays society.” College students who have returned to the village told the villagers what they have seen and heard for themselves outside the village, publicizing the Party’s policy of benefiting the people. Together with the villagers, they thanked the Party and the government for creating a better life for the villagers.