Call For Social Responsibility

Posted on March 15, 2010 in GlobeScope, Society


Since March 8th, the National People’s Congress, as well as the National People’s Political Discussion, has been held hotly and fiercely in China.

As we all know, the National People’s Congress and the National People’s Political Discussion were held in March every year. So they are short of “two meetings”. During the meetings held in Beijing, the public pay more attention to them. Maybe someone is unknown about the reason that the meetings were focused by the public. In reality, the “two meeting” in the Republic of China is similar to the congress in the United States.

While, among the public who pay more attention to the “two meetings”, the teenagers are in minority. The number of the teenagers is smaller than adults. But Why?

In my opinion, on the social responsibility, the teenagers have a long way to go. The consciousness of social responsibility needs to be improved.

A lot of themes about our country development is discussed in the “two meetings”. The content of themes is various, covering the area of our life. It contains politics, economy, culture and so on. Especially the area such as education, drugs defense, they closely interrelated to the growth of teenagers. But in a degree, there are a few teenagers who took part in the discussion. Most of them might have little or no understanding of the Copenhagen climate general meeting.

At the same time, the environment problem becomes one of the most important problems in the world. In recent years, the global warmth has a stronger influence on our common homestead. On the other hand, a series of great earthquake have happened in the world, from Sichuan to Peru and Chile. It is really a dangerous single to us.

To be honest, the future world belongs to the teenagers. Only through the way of leading them to build and improve the consciousness of social responsibility, can we make our world better!

The writer is a China correspondent of Youth Ki Awaaz.

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