A Chinese science media platform has suspended operations after being accused of bias against China. PaperClip (回形针), a Beijing-based platform known for popular science videos, has been caught in a nationalistic uproar in recent...
Jun 20, 2013
After the launch of the Shenzhou 10 on June 11 and the spacecraft’s successful docking with the experimental Tiangong-1 space station/laboratory module two days later, China’s second female astronaut in space Wang...
Jan 25, 2010
From the Financial Times: China has experienced the strongest growth in scientific research over the past three decades of any country, according to figures compiled for the Financial Times, and the pace shows no sign of...
Jan 5, 2010
On his New Yorker blog, Evan Osnos writes about the future of scientific achievement and why America is going to need to work hard to keep up with China in this arena in coming years: American policymakers have begun to notice...
Oct 4, 2005
From Good Morning America’s ongoing series about China: Carol Wang and Emily Ellenberger live 7,000 miles apart, but the teenagers share many similarities. Both are focused, determined, sociable, determined and computer-savvy. Yet once the school bell rings, the differences between the two college-bound students’ educations are striking. Carol’s school in China is sharply focused on […]
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