Xi Jinping stresses religions in China must be Chinese in orientation

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Chinese President Xi Jinping has stressed upholding the principle of developing religions in the Chinese context and providing active guidance for the adaptation of religions to a socialist society. Xi made the remarks at a two-day national conference on religious affairs, which concluded on Saturday in Beijing.

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