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Some said she was just recognized by the taxi drivers who were waiting for the red light.

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Yi Lianhong,member of the Standing Committee of Hunan Province and Party Secretary of Changsha, was cleaning the street on the morning of Jan. 25.

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Liu Hui, chairwoman of the Ningxia Autonomous Region, was seen sweeping snow on the streets of Yinchuan on Feb. 7.

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Li Jianhua, party secretary of  Ningxia Autonomous Region was seen sweeping snow on the same day.

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Wan Qingliang, member of Guangdong Provincial Party Committee, Secretary of Guangzhou Municipal Party Committe and Chen Jianhua, mayor of Guangzhou were driving the road sweepers on Beijing Road on Aug. 28, 2013.

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Zhu Zhongzhi, party secretary of Dali, cleaned a dirty squat public toilet during a campaign to call for the public to take part in city hygiene on March 23.

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Senior government officials across the nation have been spotted getting up close and personal with the public, following President Xi Jinping's spontaneous visit to a Beijing fast food restaurant in December. Some local officials may be simply following the top leader, but it's still a sign of improvement that they've started to take public opinion seriously. But can these accidental encounters really improve the relationship and understanding between governments and the people?

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