At South China Morning Post, Eva Li reports that authorities in Chongqing have released details of...
by Samuel Wade | Sep 30, 2014
The Wall Street Journal’s Chao Deng, Patrick Boehler and Chen Yifei at the South China...
by Cindy | Apr 7, 2014
As many Chinese parents seek alternatives to mainstream education for their children, U.S....
by Samuel Wade | Dec 8, 2011
British inventor James Dyson has accused the Chinese government of failing to stop copycat...
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Time magazine explains that the traditional annual battle between Peking and Tsinghua Universities for China’s best high school graduates is being disrupted by increasing competition from other colleges abroad. Big-name...
by Paulina Hartono | Nov 6, 2010
The New York Times reports on the increase of Chinese international student enrollment in U.S. undergraduate institutions: While China’s students have long filled American graduate schools, its undergraduates now represent the...
by Sophie Beach | Oct 20, 2009
The Washington Post reports on the suspension of the president of the University of Toulon, Laroussi Oueslati, and two top aides for allegedly accepting bribes from Chinese students in exchange for admission to the university:...
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