Some Chinese schools have announced a new literacy initiative that officials say is needed to help curb the effects of students' technology habits. Now, schools have established standards for reading and writing in Chinese characters. "We want more schools and cities to join so we can promote our own language and culture and solve major problems in Chinese education," said Xu Dingbin, chief of the Wuhan Education Bureau.
Some schools in China launch literacy initiative
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