||refer to units which have their own organizational
system and independent accounting system and specialize
in or serve cultural development. They exclude other
establishments run by these cultural institutions and
amateur cultural groups established by various departments.
||refers to the troupe which is engaged
in drama, opera, music, dance, acrobatics or other art
performance, opens independent accounts with banks and
has self-supporting accounting system; excluding the
troupes which are engaged partly in industrial or agricultural
activities, partly in art performance and the professional
troupes organized by the people.
|Film Projection Units
||refer to units with film projection equipment,
full or part time projectionists, permanent or non permanent
places, approved by related administrative departments
to show films regularly for certain groups of audience,
including those film projection units which have been
approved to give commercial shows and run business with
independent accounting system as well as those film-renting
units of the military system.
|Number of Spectators at Art Performance
||refers to the number of attendants at
commercial shows, completely booked shows or free shows
given in minority national areas, and does not include
the number of spectators at rehearsals for examination
and internal shows for study.
|Net Sales of Books
||refers to books sold directly to readers
and directly exported.
|Typesetting of Books
||refers to the volume of work (characters)
of manual or laser typesetting ready for printing.
|Printing of Books
||refers to printing of books by stereotype
or offset printing method.
||refers to mono or multi color materials
printed by offset press.
|Small Piece Printing
||refers to printing of single-sheet products
in small quantity.
|Number of Athletes in Grades
||refers to the number of athletes who have
been given titles through examination. The titles of
athletes include international masters of sports, masters
of sports, first-grade, second-grade and third-grade
sportsmen and young athletes.
|Number of Referees in Grades
||refers to the number of referees who have
been given titles after examination. They are classified
as international referees, national referees and referees
of the first, second and third grades.
||refer to stadiums for track and field
events with six lane 400-meter tracks around soccer
fields, permanent track marks and permanent bleachers.
Stadiums are classified according to seating capacity.
They include: Class A stadiums seating 25000 people
each. Class B stadiums seating 15000 to 25000 people
each. Class C stadiums seating 5000 to 15000 people
each, and Class D stadiums seating fewer than 5000 people.
||refer to indoor sports grounds with permanent
seats in which basketball, volleyball. badminton, table
tennis and gymnastics competitions can be held. Gymnasiums
are classified according to seating capacity. They include
Class A gymnasiums seating over 6000 people. Class B
gymnasiums seating 4000 to 6000 people. Class C gymnasiums
seating 2000 to 4000 people, and Class D gymnasiums
seating fewer than 2000 people.
||refer to medical institutions with permanent
hospital beds, which are able to take in patients and
provide them with medical and nursing services. Hospitals
are classified into three categories: hospitals at or
above the county level, hospitals of rural townships,
and other hospitals. According to their ownership, hospitals
can be classified into three categories: hospitals under
the public health departments, hospitals under industrial
and other departments and collective-owned hospitals.
Hospitals at or above county level are divided into
comprehensive and specialized hospitals.
|Medical Technical Personnel
||refers to all medical staff and workers
employed by medical institutions, including doctors
of Chinese and Western medicine, senior doctors who
integrate traditional Chinese therapeutics with Western
therapeutics in practice, senior nurses, pharmacists
of Chinese and Western medicine, laboratory specialists,
other specialists, paramedics of Chinese and Western
medicine, nurses, midwives, druggists in Chinese and
Western medicine, laboratory technicians, other technicians,
other practitioners of Chinese medicine, nursing attendants,
pharmacological workers of Chinese and Western medicine,
laboratory workers, and other primary medical personnel.
||refer to qualified professional medical
workers approved to practice by public health departments.
They are classified into doctors of Chinese medicine,
doctors of Western medicine, senior doctors who integrate
traditional Chinese therapeutics with Western therapeutics
in practice, paramedics of Chinese medicine and Western
medicine, and other specialists of Chinese medicine.