Education now only accounts for 4 percent of the country's total expenditures1. By comparison, the figure in some developed countries is around 10 percent. We also have a sore lack of government investment in preschool eduction2, which should be enhanced in the future.
He Youlin, an NPC deputy and former principal of Sun Yat-sen Memorial Middle School in Guangdong province
There are hundreds of thousands of Chinese students studying abroad every year. However, the majority of destinations are developed countries in Europe and the United States. They know little about the history, society, culture and religious situations of the less-developed countries along the routes of the Belt and Road in Asia, Africa and Latin America. The amount of talent with a good understanding of countries along the routes needs to increase for Chinese investors3 to go global.
Wan Jifei, CPPCC member and former chairman of the China Council for the Promotion of International Trade
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