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Shan Shan: College graduates: where to go?

From China Economic Net: Theory of modern economics holds that, unemployment can be divided into 3 categories: capacity unemployment, frictional unemployment and structural unemployment. Structural unemployment is mainly generated when the change of economic structure (including industrial structure, product structure and area structure, etc.) comes into being, yet the knowledge, skills, conceptions and regional distribution […]

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CEN: Study of national culture catches on in China

From China Economic Net: Discussion as how to promote Guoxue, or the study of traditional Chinese philosophy, literature and history has become heated again in China, following the recent announcement by the Beijing- based Renmin University of the upcoming September opening of its College of National Culture Study, the first such college in China since […]

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Shaping China’s Future Power

Three different perspectives on China’s rising power. In the New York Times, Roger Cohen writes: Given China’s size, economic dynamism and evident self-belief, it seems unlikely that it can be dissuaded from the...

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Hu Jintao: Why China Loves Globalization

From The Globalist: We in China have identified the goal for the first 20 years of this century. That is to firmly seize the important window of strategic opportunities to build a moderately prosperous society of a higher standard in an all-round way for the benefits of our over one billion people. By 2020, we […]

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Tracy Jan: Along with ABCs, some learn Chinese

From the Boston Globe: Chinese, a language most school systems don’t offer until high school, if at all, is becoming popular in elementary classrooms around Greater Boston, as well as elsewhere in the nation. Spanish still reigns as the most popular language, but parents and lawmakers hope that Chinese soon will become commonly taught. School […]

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Wang Zhenghua: Prostitutes targeted in anti-AIDS battle

From The China Daily: Prostitutes are being made the focus of the Ministry of Health’s latest efforts to stem the spread of HIV/AIDS. According to a draft guideline released by the ministry on Monday, prostitutes are to be offered HIV/AIDS and safe-sex education, as well as tests and treatments for sexually transmited diseases. According to […]

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B-Y Jen Lin-Liu: Management American Style

From The Spectrum online: Such rapid expansion brought concerns about the quality of education”there are only so many professors to go around, after all”so the government began inviting foreign schools to set up educational programs in China. There are now 800 such cooperative efforts, the majority run by U.S. schools. “We were eager to cooperate […]

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China sees record high number of overseas students in 2004

From Xinhua, via People’s Daily Online: The number of overseas students in China hit a record high of 110,844, of which 6,715 were sponsored by the Chinese government, the rest studying at their own expense, sources with the Chinese Ministry of Education (MOE) said here Friday. According to the MOE statistics, overseas students from 178 […]

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Danwei: Accoona’s Wishful Thinking

On Danwei, Joel Martinsen questions the results of a recent report by employees of Accoona search engine The search engine Accoona was launched last December in a glitzy ceremony attended by former US president Bill Clinton and chess champion Gary Kasporov. After a scant few months of operation, the company announced that it had uncovered […]

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