The new era is that of more heroes

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It is a school, a historical site and a favored travel destination! It truly has it all! Built in the 9th century, Yuelu Academy has long been a place to educate generations of literati who inherited the precious legacies of Chinese culture. CGTN’s Niuniu invites you to take a visit to this thousand-year-old academy.

This series provides you with inspirational ancient wisdom that still applies today. We learn about significant figures in Chinese history, through tours to their home towns, bring their life-stories back to life and understand the reasons behind Xi Jinping’s citings of their sayings, so that we could have better insights on Xi’s Chinese wisdom and global view.

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This story is an English language news item from CGTN. CGTN is a Chinese state-funded broadcaster.

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