Tag Archives: China

  1. High on Tibet: Bilingual education opening up new world

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    06/18/2017 by Douwe Blaauwe

    Public signs are always the first cultural guidebook for a new man in town. Tibetan, Mandarin Chinese, and even English – a mixture of the old and the new and an attractive fusion of modernity and diversity.

  2. ‘Passing on Chinese traditional culture through education’

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    05/31/2017 by Julia van der Doesch

    For a long time, Chinese traditional classics have played a significant role in children’s education, with China’s primary and secondary …
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  3. ‘AI and You: Interview with Kai-Fu Lee’

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    05/30/2017 by Julia van der Doesch

    From voice-powered personal assistants like Siri to self-driving vehicles, artificial intelligence (AI) is affecting the way we live, work and entertain.

  4. ‘China’s animation industry looking to redraw itself’

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    05/22/2017 by Julia van der Doesch

    It was a milestone for China when its first cartoon studio was set up 60 years ago. Now, the country’s …
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  5. ‘How can China and Canada work together to defy protectionist trends?’

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    05/10/2017 by Julia van der Doesch

    Exploratory free trade talks have kicked off with Canadian and Chinese officials visiting each other’s country to discuss what a potential agreement might look like. China’s Belt and Road Forum later this month will also further promote trade and cooperation between the two sides. What are the opportunities and challenges for Canada in China’s ‘Belt and Road’ initiative according to Canada’s Minister of International Trade Francois-Philippe Champagne?

  6. ‘Fake science peer reviews’

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    04/25/2017 by Julia van der Doesch

    Questions of credibility abound after a total of 107 research articles were retracted by Springer, a major international science publisher, after it learned of irregularities in the peer review process supposed to verify their quality.

  7. ‘Chinese economy ‘healthy, steady’ in Q1′

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    04/14/2017 by Julia van der Doesch

    China’s economic growth remained steady and healthy in the first quarter of 2017, the country’s top economic planner said on Thursday.

  8. ‘The Lost Mysterious Pyramids of China’

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    04/13/2017 by Julia van der Doesch

    Although known in the West for at least a century, their existence has been made controversial by sensationalist publicity and the problems of Chinese archaeology in early 20th century.

  9. ‘Chinese business jet market grows more practical as buyers shun luxuries’

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    04/13/2017 by Julia van der Doesch

    Over 170 of the world’s top aviation companies are showcasing their products at a major aviation event in Shanghai, with business jets on display. However, as China cracks down heavily on corruption, buyers are more interested in practical features rather than luxuries.

  10. ‘Xiongan New Area to be Shenzhen of the north’

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    04/12/2017 by Julia van der Doesch

    The public is clearly paying more attention to the Xiongan New Area. Real estate sales and new permanent residential permits, or hukou, have been suspended to prevent speculative transactions.


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