Chinese leaders are focused on expanding their nation’s schools and the education system, but it is unclear when this focus will be over.
In an interview with a leading Chinese online magazine, the head of China’s Education Commission said this was a “huge” task and that the country needed to create a “balanced and inclusive education system”.
It is not clear if this is a direct reference to the recent education reforms in China or a general call for better standards and standards to improve education, but the commission is well aware of this need.
The Chinese government has been trying to establish a more open system of education for years.
In 2015, it opened up a new public school system, offering free education to all students from birth to 18, but there is a long way to go before all Chinese children are fully educated.
Chinese leaders have been pushing to improve standards in the education sector for many years and there is little doubt that the focus of this focus on schools will last well into the future.
The focus on education will not just benefit the people of China, but will also benefit the world.
While the education reforms are not perfect, the Chinese leadership is making progress towards improving the quality of education and the quality and accessibility of education systems in China.
It is clear that this focus is more than just a way to increase the standard of education.
The goal is to bring the world closer together, and that is something the Chinese people will support.