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Education Bubbles
May 04, 2011
Education Bubbles
US universities with an eye on money are keen to get as many students as possible. They’re now looking to China.
Education Bubbles
China’s Unhappy, Uneven Growth
May 03, 2011
China’s Unhappy, Uneven Growth
The high-profile suicide of a farmer is a reminder that economic growth in China isn’t benefiting everyone.
China’s Unhappy, Uneven Growth
China’s Unhappy, Uneven Growth
May 03, 2011
China’s Unhappy, Uneven Growth
The high-profile suicide of a farmer is a reminder that economic growth in China isn’t benefiting everyone.
China’s Unhappy, Uneven Growth
Tsai Wins DPP Poll in Taiwan
April 27, 2011
Tsai Wins DPP Poll in Taiwan
Taiwan’s opposition DPP looks set to choose Tsai Ing-wen to run against Ma Ying-jeou in next year’s election.
Tsai Wins DPP Poll in Taiwan
Hyde Park, China Style
April 26, 2011
Hyde Park, China Style
Red songs are a common sound in Beijing’s Jingshan Park. Is this a new centre for freedom of expression here?
Hyde Park, China Style
The Games Adults Play
April 24, 2011
The Games Adults Play
Is buying a BMW like purchasing a good education? Some Chinese parents seem to think so.
The Games Adults Play
Time’s 100 Most Influential
April 22, 2011
Time’s 100 Most Influential
Time magazine has released its list of the world’s 100 most influential people. There’s an interesting mix from China.
Time’s 100 Most Influential
Time’s 100 Most Influential
April 22, 2011
Time’s 100 Most Influential
Time magazine has released its list of the world’s 100 most influential people. There’s an interesting mix from China.
Time’s 100 Most Influential
The Value of Education
April 21, 2011
The Value of Education
Can you put a price on education? One Beijing real estate professor seems to think so.
The Value of Education
China's Food Insecurity
April 20, 2011
China's Food Insecurity
Meeting the food demands of its 1.3 billion population is a key challenge for the Chinese government.
China's Food Insecurity
Taiwan's Energy Security Battle
April 18, 2011
Taiwan's Energy Security Battle
Taiwan is heavily dependent on imports of oil to meet its energy needs. But what happens if ties cool with Beijing?
Taiwan's Energy Security Battle
The Limits of Disaster Diplomacy
April 17, 2011
The Limits of Disaster Diplomacy
Hopes that the Tohoku earthquake in Japan could lead to closer ties between China and Japan look premature.
The Limits of Disaster Diplomacy
China Economic Data News
April 15, 2011
China Economic Data News
China releases key economic data on GDP, bank lending and money supply. We look at what it all means.
China Economic Data News
China Bans Time Travel
April 14, 2011
China Bans Time Travel
Concerned about the impact on citizens’ view of the world, China’s government moves to ban ‘negative’ influences on TV.
China Bans Time Travel
April 13, 2011
Ai Weiwei Offered Political Role?
According to a Hong Kong newspaper, detained artist Ai Weiwei was offered a role in a top political advisory body.
Ai Weiwei Offered Political Role?
Rock Climbing to Success
April 13, 2011
Rock Climbing to Success
Does the focus necessary for rock climbing offer some useful insights for improving education in China?
Rock Climbing to Success
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