East China's Anhui province kicked off a Constitution Week publicity campaign on Sunday in its capital Hefei.
The nationwide campaign, the first of its kind, is scheduled to end on Dec 8.
It called for extensive Constitution education for Chinese youth and improved Constitution publicity in the whole society, including enterprises, rural areas, government organs, communities and cyberspace, in a manner welcomed by the public, Xinhua reported, citing a circular jointly issued by the Publicity Department of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China (CPC), the Ministry of Justice, and the national office for law popularization.
Yao Yuzhou, member of the Standing Committee of CPC Anhui Provincial Committee, and vice governor Wang Cuifeng attended the launching ceremony.
Over 30 law-related organizations set up display panels and inquiry counters at the ceremony to publicize laws and regulations and offer services such as legal aid, judicial appraisals and notary services.
100 volunteers took part in the publicity campaign. In addition, calligraphers wrote law-themed couplets for the public, while riddle experts held a lantern riddle guessing activity.
China's current Constitution was adopted on Dec 4, 1982.