China and the world: Sailing in boundless ocean to expand cooperation

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    Over 1,000 years ago, a Chinese poet wrote, “Boundless is the ocean where we sail with the wind.” It means there is no geographical limit to where we can travel to meet friends.

    In modern China, the aspiration has gained new dimensions. In over four decades, China has reformed its economy by joining the wider world with the conviction that openness is the way to growth and wealth.

    How should China adapt to a changing world? How does China implement policies of openness and mutuality? Click the video for more. #XiQuotes

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