Uni Students Asked to Write Essays on 'Why Are You Still Single?'June 29, 2016University students in central China's Hubei Province have recently been assigned a unique writing task for the upcoming summer holiday – to answer the question "Why are you still single?"
Senior Citizens in Shanghai Have No More Free RidesJune 29, 2016Senior citizens aged 70 and above in Shanghai have been denied free bus and metro rides starting from June 26.
9-Yr-Old Girl Sits 'Gaokao' Test, Stirs ControversyJune 13, 2016Zhang Yiwen, 9, a girl in Shangqiu, central China's Henan Province, has recently been thrust into the limelight after she took the national college entrance exam, or 'Gaokao,' alongside senior high schoolers earlier this June.
Students Face Tough Decision: Take Gaokao or Study Abroad?June 13, 2016As some 9.4 million candidates were busy taking the test, another large group filled the offices of institutions specialized in sending learners to universities overseas.
Top Universities Not Be-All for Students' FuturesJune 8, 2016China's national college entrance exams, or Gaokao, kicked off on June 7. A majority of the students who sit the exams will pass it and enter a college, and the question now is whether they will gain admittance to a top university.
Maotanchang: China's Biggest 'Exam Factory' for 'Gaokao'June 8, 2016On Sunday morning, 30 coaches carrying high school students departed from a small town in east China's Anhui Province, as a 10,000-strong crowd flanked the streets to cheer and offer good wishes for their success in 'gaokao,' or the national college entrance exams.