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Chinese leaders send best wishes to children

06-01-2011 08:40 BJT

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President Hu Jintao has extended greetings to China's children ahead of Wednesday's International Children's Day. Hu Jintao is currently conducting an inspection tour in Hubei Province. He visited students and teachers on Tuesday at a kindergarten in Shiyan city.

During his visit, the Chinese President joined preschoolers to create paper flowers and sing songs. While talking with the school's teachers, Hu praised them for their efforts in educating children.

The President also urged officials to increase financial support for preschool education to ensure all children receive a quality education. Meanwhile in Beijing, Premier Wen Jiabao joined a basketball game with students. He encouraged children to lead healthy lifestyles by participating in sports.

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President Hu Jintao has extended greetings to China's children ahead of Wednesday's International Children's Day. Hu Jintao is currently conducting an inspection tour in Hubei Province. He visited students and teachers on Tuesday at a kindergarten in Shiyan city.

President Hu Jintao has extended greetings to China's children ahead of Wednesday's International Children's Day. Hu Jintao is currently conducting an inspection tour in Hubei Province. He visited students and teachers on Tuesday at a kindergarten in Shiyan city.

President Hu Jintao has extended greetings to China's children ahead of Wednesday's International Children's Day. Hu Jintao is currently conducting an inspection tour in Hubei Province. He visited students and teachers on Tuesday at a kindergarten in Shiyan city.

President Hu Jintao has extended greetings to China's children ahead of Wednesday's International Children's Day. Hu Jintao is currently conducting an inspection tour in Hubei Province. He visited students and teachers on Tuesday at a kindergarten in Shiyan city.

President Hu Jintao has extended greetings to China's children ahead of Wednesday's International Children's Day. Hu Jintao is currently conducting an inspection tour in Hubei Province. He visited students and teachers on Tuesday at a kindergarten in Shiyan city.


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