Selling textbooks online is a growing trend in the world’s largest democracy.

The country’s Education Ministry has already introduced the new online textbooks, which it has said will be used by 1.2 million students in the coming years.

It is one of a number of measures that have been put in place by China, in particular, to improve the quality of its textbooks.

Online textbooks have been a priority for Beijing in recent years as it seeks to boost the country’s reputation abroad, particularly in the US and the UK.

The move to make the textbooks available online is part of a broader strategy to ensure the country is a major player in global education.

China’s educational authorities are increasingly trying to improve standards of textbooks and other books in the country.

They have also pushed for students to study in Chinese in order to improve their language skills.

A new online textbook format, which will be launched in 2020, will be similar to those used in public schools.

It will be made available through a portal and will be available to students in China and abroad.

The aim is to make Chinese-language texts accessible to a broader global audience, said the ministry.

“This will make our country a global leader in the field of global education and education reform,” Education Minister Liu Fei said in a speech on Monday.

China is already leading the world in terms of education with more than 1 billion students attending schools in the two countries.

The country’s education system is a result of years of Chinese efforts to reform the education system in the 20th century.

China is the largest purchaser of textbooks in the United States.

Last year, the country sold over 20 million textbooks to the United Nations.

China has also developed a number new textbooks for the 2020-2021 school year.

One of the new textbooks is the Shanghai Textbook Project, which is a joint project between the National University of Singapore (NUS) and the Chinese Academy of Sciences.

China began its textbook publishing program in 2013 with the goal of creating a “new generation of high-quality textbooks”.

In September, the government announced that it will start to sell online textbooks to students around the world.

The textbooks will be distributed via a portal, and will cost between 1,000 yuan (about US$17) and 4,000.

Some students will be able to buy textbooks in a variety of languages, including Chinese, French, Spanish, German and Japanese.

Chinese state media have been publishing news on the new textbook format and have promoted the initiative.

One of the biggest challenges for the ministry, according to Zhang Yixian, a professor of Chinese studies at Peking University, is to bring the books online quickly.