|Qiu Aijun, Deputy Director General of the China Center for Urban Development, NDRC, makes an opening speech for the workshop in Beijing, Sept. 24, 2012. (Photo/People's Daily Online)|
Beijing,Sept.24 (People's Daily Online) Representatives from China and Singapore sat together in Beijing sharing both countries’ experience in building green and livable city on Sept. 25, 2012.
The meeting named Sino-Singapore Workshop on Urban Development aims to promote cooperation and exchanges between China and Singapore in eco-cities building, urban governance and enhancement of urban livability. Experts, scholars and government officials from two sides attended the workshop and were actively involved in the heated discussions.
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