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  1. Thanks for the Dean’s note! It’s a perfect topic with perfect writing. My view to social justice is confined, but this note enlarged my thinking. I enjoy reading it! In China, wealthier people can get better health resources, but we are trying to improve the whole people’s health literacy. We are doing the surveillance every year. Some districts have many kinds of health interventions (Chinese traditional eight-section brocade, smoking prohibition, etc.) to disrupt the health injustice and for the whole population’s health! Thanks for the note again!

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