Xi Jinping: Poverty alleviation requires support of education

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Teachers across China devote their love and wisdom to stopping poverty from being passed on to the next generation, said Chinese President Xi Jinping in his greetings to teachers and education sector workers to mark China’s Teachers’ Day.

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