During China's parliamentary sessions currently underway in Beijing, Premier Li Keqiang laid out main policies, tasks and targets for 2014, in a government work report delivered to around 3,000 lawmakers.
The government has set an economic growth target of around 7.5 percent for this year. Though the goal is the same as that for 2013, many still see it as an extraordinary pace.
That, as well as a society that's steadily open to the world, experts say, would call for more talents, not only from home, but also from abroad.
And, as the world's second largest economy, China has become an increasingly important player internationally, and that's bringing more foreign talents to China looking to build their careers.
In this report, CNC spoke to officials attending the parliament sessions, and foreign nationals working in different Chinese cities, to get their thoughts on expat life in China, as well as what the country could offer... to lure more foreign professionals to contribute to its growth.
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