"Hong Kong is now at a major crossroads. Whether there are now too many tourists or investors from the mainland is an issue to be considered by the whole of society. It also requires talks between the government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region and the central government in order to find a win-win solution."
-- Tien Pei-Chun, a member of the CPPCC National Committee and leader of the Hong Kong Liberal Party.
"Cycling is the most environmentally friendly and energy-saving way of commuting. I will ride a bike to all the NPC sessions during my tenure."
-- Wu Bixia, a deputy to the National People's Congress and professor at the Voice and Opera Department at the Central Conservatory of Music.
"The fight against smog also requires us to root out the hidden corruption behind the failure in government supervision, as well as bringing down both 'tigers' and 'flies'.
-- Sun Taili, a member of the CPPCC National Committee and chairman of the board of the Qingda Group, referring to the established metaphors for senior and low-ranking officials involved in corruption.