Room to grow China-Canada co-operation

China has had a long-standing proud tradition of respecting teachers and valuing education. In the past, with their meager income, Chinese parents would not hesitate to squeeze savings out of food and clothing spending, just to send their children to decent schools.

Zhang Junsai
Published: Wednesday, 10/19/2011 12:00 am EDT
Last Updated: Friday, 04/11/2014 1:47 pm EDT

China has had a long-standing proud tradition of respecting teachers and valuing education. In the past, with their meager income, Chinese parents would not hesitate to squeeze savings out of food and clothing spending, just to send their children to decent schools.

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