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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
On March 26, a meeting named “Diversification of High School Education and International Courses” was held in Beijing. During the
According the latest data from Bureau of Education, there were 238,134 international students in China in 2009, coming from more
2010 Guangzhou International Education Expo was held on March 28. More than 400 institutions from 33 countries attended it. Despite