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China hosts young overseas Sinologists

Eighteen scholars from 15 countries including the United States and France on Tuesday completed a research visit in Beijing for overseas Sinologists. Jointly held by the Ministry of Culture and…

Russia and China to establish joint university

Russia and China to establish joint university

China will open the first Russian-Chinese university jointly with Moscow State University (MSU) in Shenzhen in 2016. All the costs of construction, equipment and management fee of the university will…

China’s first autonomous university issues diplomas

China’s first autonomous university issues diplomas

South University of Science and Technology of China (SUSTC), the country’s first autonomous university, has issued diplomas to two graduates, marking an achievement in the country’s higher education reform. Wang…

Asian libraries agree on resource share

Asian libraries agree on resource share

Librarians from China and other Asian countries have agreed on strengthening collaboration and promoting resource sharing in the digital era. More than 80 chief librarians and representatives from Asian countries…

4th Chongqing Model United Nations Conference opens

The 4th Chongqing Model United Nations Conference (CQMUNC) opened in Chongqing Library over August 9 to 11, 2013. Activities during the conference included modeling the UN’s operation method, discussion procedure…

New collection of Chinese prose published in Russia

A new collection of the 20th century Chinese prose has been published in Russia. The new collection, entitled “Border Town: 20th Century Chinese Prose,” was co-published on Tuesday by the…

Education, rural area upgrade key for China’s sustainable growth: economist

Jennifer Blanke, chief economist of the World Economic Forum (WEF), said here Monday that China’s economy would become one of the world’s most competitive ones. In an exclusive interview with…

China ends free postgrad tuition

The State Council, or China’s cabinet, on Wednesday announced that the country will begin to charge tuition fees for all its postgraduate students while offering more flexible choices of student…

Chinese grads eye smaller cities: report

College graduates in China prefer to work in second-tier cities and at state-run enterprises (SOEs), a new employment report has suggested. Only 42 percent of those who graduated in 2012…

French Revolution book popular in China

A 156-year-old historical book on the French Revolution has become a surprise hit in China, where readers have found “links” in the subject matter to their own country’s realities. “The…

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