(5) assisting the local people's government or its agency in its work related to the interests of the residents, such as public health, family planning, special care for disabled servicemen and for family members of revolutionary martyrs and servicemen, social relief, and juvenile education; and
(6) conveying the residents' opinions and demands and making suggestions to the local people's government or its agency.
Article 4. A residents committee shall develop community service activities for the convenience and benefit of the residents and may also run relevant services.
A residents committee shall manage its own property; no department or unit may infringe upon its right of ownership of property.
Article 5. In an area where people from more than one nationality live, the residents committee shall educate the residents for mutual assistance and mutual respect to enhance unity between different nationalities.
Article 6. A residents committee shall generally be established for an area inhabited by 100-700 households on the basis of the distribution of residents and on the principle of facilitating their self government.