According to new rules released by the education ministry, China will include "Xi Jinping Thought" into its national curriculum to assist "create Marxist belief" in the country's young. According to the Ministry of Education, Chinese President Xi Jinping's "thinking on socialism with Chinese characteristics in the new age" would be taught from elementary school to university level. According to the instructions, the move is intended to enhance "resolve to listen to and follow the Party," and new instructional materials must "cultivate patriotic emotions." Since taking office in 2012, China's President has worked to increase the influence of the governing Chinese Communist Party in all aspects of society, including its companies, schools, and cultural organisations. In 2018, the country's constitution legally codified "Xi Jinping Thought on Socialism with Chinese Characteristics for a New Era." The removal of presidential term limits has also bolstered Xi's influence. In a speech marking the Communist Party's centennial in July, Xi pledged to "improve" the Party's leadership, preserve his own "core" leadership, and deepen Chinese people unity. Also Read |China slams US amid Afghanistan crisis, says 'Washington left behind a horrible mess' In other news, China accused the United States of "creating a catastrophic mess" in Afghanistan when the Taliban took power, causing US troops and allies a chaotic exit. President Joe Biden justified the disorganised departure of American troops after 20 years of US-led combat operations, criticising Afghan forces for being "unwilling to fight for themselves." Hua Chunying, a spokeswoman for China's Foreign Ministry, said Washington had left Afghanistan with "a dreadful tangle of instability, division, and destroyed families." At a daily news briefing, she said that Washington's power and function are destruction, not creation. On Monday, Hua declared that China is prepared to maintain "friendly and productive" relations with Taliban-controlled Afghanistan.

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