Classics Quoted by Xi: Episode 3

Integrity and ability, which one comes first? Chinese President Xi Jinping quotes the “Comprehensive Mirror in Aid of Governance”, “Zizhi Tongjian” to share his perspective on personal growth. “才者,德之资也;德者,才之帅也”“Knowledge is virtue’s assistant; virtue commands knowledge.” How do we understand this sentence? Click the video and find out! 

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