In the New York Times, Edward Wong writes about the rigors of the life-changing gaokao, or college entrance exam, which determines the future of every Chinese high school student. With the intense pressure of the test and its...
by Liu Yong | Jul 23, 2005
From China News Service, via People’s Daily Online: According to the survey on Chinese students’ physical health for 2004 released by the Ministry of Education, 80% of Chinese college students have poor eyesight. The ratio of male students with bad eyesight is 77.8% and that of female students is 82%. In addition to the high […]
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