The best award for foreign experts in China may be Premier Li Keqiang's pledge for a streamlined procedure to get a permanent residency permit.
The Chinese government honored 100 foreign experts from 25 countries for their contributions to China's development on Monday.
Foreign experts' outstanding contributions aided China's economic and social development.
Just days before the People's Republic of China celebrates its 65 birthday, the central government took time on Sunday night to show its gratitude to the many foreigners who have put their skills at the service of the country to help it achieve its goals.
On the eve of the 65th anniversary of the founding of new China, the government held a reception for foreign experts in the Great Hall of the People.
Premier Li Keqiang had high praise for the work of foreign experts in China and their efforts for the country, and he emphasized that China will continue to invite more of them to work here.
Vice-Premier Ma Kai presented certificates and medals to 50 foreign expert award winners from 20 countries on Sunday.
Several of the 50 foreign experts from 20 countries who received the 2013 Friendship Award attend the awards ceremony at the Great Hall of the People, in Beijing, on Sept 29.
China is to publish a list of work skills most in demand to aid recruitment from overseas, a top official in charge of foreign affairs has revealed.
The State Foreign Experts Affairs Administration held a ceremony, on Sept 29, in Beijing to announce the arrival of its new English website version, at en.safea.gov.cn.
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