Three suggestions and proposals by students from Xi'an Tieyi High School recently received the attention of the members of the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) and deputies to the National People's Congress (NPC).
The CPPCC members and NPC deputies will summit their proposals and motions to the 2020 NPC and CPPCC National Committee sessions, which commences on May 21 and May 22 respectively.
Students from Xi'an Tieyi High School in discussion. [Photo/xiancn.com]
The students' three simulated suggestions include a proposal for establishing a digital model for ancient architecture, a proposal on advancing life education for youth in China, and a proposal to both strengthen the protection of minors and establish an online game rating system.
Wu Boyu, a grade three student from Xi'an Tieyi High school and his team members said they hoped to use the digital model to display or promote the deep-rooted functions of ancient architectural culture to the public, in order to better protect ancient buildings.
Su Yuxuan, a grade two student, suggested that life education should be included in the primary and secondary school curriculum systems, requiring schools to set up systematic life education courses.
In addition, they suggested that it is necessary to introduce life education into pre-employment training and continuing education for teachers.
In order to protect the healthy growth of minors, students suggested establishing an online game rating system suitable for people of different ages in terms of online game content, registration certification, and online game duration, as well as revising laws and regulations related to the regulation of online games.