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Chinese people read books – less than 15 minutes per day on average, according to the “Seventh National Survey on
On April 3, Time magazine released the candidates for its annual “World’s Most Influential People in 2010” list. The young
China’s Education Ministry has instructed kindergartens, elementary and secondary schools to upgrade security, after a spate of violent attacks against
China’s Tsinghua University will hold a postgraduates’ summer school on construction, which aims to boost exchange between Chinese and foreign
China’s most popular magazine, known as the Chinese version of “Reader’s Digest,” will launch its first e-book version in May
Chinese State Councilor Liu Yandong urged education experts and teachers to pool their wisdom to help revise textbooks for China’s
China’s senior high school students suffer a far greater rate of “high or comparatively high stress” than students in three