Two Sessions Day 7: the word on the street

Wu Shuang Ji Wenlei
Shanghai residents are satisfied with the city's conveniences and comforts, but some see room for improvement in transport and urban planning.
Wu Shuang Ji Wenlei
Two Sessions Day 7: the word on the street

Wang Junyan

There are still not enough wet trash bins on Shanghai streets, which may cause trouble for visitors. Besides, the government should popularize digital bus stops system to provide citizens with user-friendly information about schedules, routes and traffic updates.

Wang Junyan, student
Two Sessions Day 7: the word on the street

Sun Lu

I am quite satisfied with my life after retiring because my pension is enough. I hope the government can continue to improve citizen’s living standards in 2020. And thanks to the advanced medical care system in Shanghai, I feel better than ever.

Sun Lu, retiree
Two Sessions Day 7: the word on the street

 Jay Lin

As a student, I think Shanghai is very convenient in providing internship and entertainment. However, there is a lot of room for improvement in urban planning. More efficient urban management can also make Shanghai a better place to live.

Jay Lin, student
Two Sessions Day 7: the word on the street

Mr & Mrs Shi

The public transportation in Shanghai is always convenient. We live in the place near Zhenli Road, where the construction of a new subway station will be completed in 2020. This will make it more convenient for us to go out.

Mr & Mrs Shi, retiree
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