Seven accesses and five expectations
These are efforts to improve people's well-being in seven aspects and meet their expectations for a better life in five areas.
The concept of "seven accesses" was raised in the Report to the 19th CPC National Congress, which emphasized the need to improve people's lives, address their concerns, strengthen areas of weakness through development, and promote social fairness and justice. The seven aspects include people's access to childcare, education, employment, medical services, elderly care, housing, and social assistance.
The concept of "five expectations" was proposed by the city of Beijing, and highlights new elements in people's growing needs for a better life, including convenience, livability, diversified choices, as well as fairness and safety in society. This concept recognizes that the principal challenge facing Chinese society in the new era is to ensure balanced and adequate development in order to meet people's ever-growing needs for a better life.