|The children's painted version of Karl Marx's 'Capital', as adapted by Li Xiaopeng and painted by Pang Kun [China's Jieli Publishing House, January 2018 edition]|
China's Jieli Publishing House recently released the latest illustrated children's edition of Capital, aimed at kids aged from eight to 14.
The new version aims to help youngsters understand theories related to philosophy, economics, and the whole course of human history through adaptations and hand-drawn pictures.
"The children's version of Capital, helps them to establish cognition towards the world, with clear statements and vivid conversations," said Wu Shulin, former deputy director of the State Administration of Radio and TV.
(Source: Women Voice/Translated and edited by Women of China)
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