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China’s Sexual Revolution
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The United States and China rely on one another for future growth - So says Mr. Lawrence Korb in an interview for RT newsRead More
Can China Go Green?
16 July 2011 8:07 AM | 1 Comment
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Educating the Dragon: Education System in China Reforms in Chinese education assist in propelling China in the 21st century. Benjamin Stecher investigates how the Chinese are turning...
The process of learning Chinese is long and difficult, yet for those who succeed the results are incredibly rewarding
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Reforms in Chinese education assist in propelling China in the 21st century. Benjamin Stecher investigates how the Chinese are turning their education system from good to great – part one
Interning in China has never been more appealing. In this article, Anastasia Novobranova examines the benefits of the internship process for both the company and the intern
High schools in the United States are partnering with high schools in China to enable a more globalized learning environment for both sides
China is losing top graduate minds and money to foreign countries
Chinese is a very special yet difficult language. Read to discover the intricate elements that make Chinese a language worth studying
Many wonder if China’s Facebook block deters Chinese people from connecting with the rest of the world. Could it be that blocking Facebook has benefits for society?
Chinese children are studying furiously for at least 8 hours a day. What are the consequences of such strict education methods?
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