U.S. Academic Circles Call for Equal Rights for WomenMay 14, 2018U.S.-based publication The Chronicle of Higher Education recently invited over a dozen women academicians to express their opinions on issues related to women and power.
Should Height-based Discounts for Children be a Thing of the Past?May 14, 2018China's long-standing policy of giving children discounts based on their height has once again triggered controversy, with many parents calling for an age-based approach.
Are Extracurricular Classes Necessary?May 13, 2018Extracurricular classes or private supplementary tutoring is growing around the world particularly in China. Are extracurricular classes necessary for students in China? Forum...
More and Better Jobs for Developing NationsMay 11, 2018More than 200 million people worldwide are unemployed, many of them young people. Another 2 billion working age adults-mostly women-remain outside the workforce.
Female-only Parking Spaces Stir Discussion in E China CityMay 11, 2018The appearance of "women-only" parking spaces in an underground car park of a mall in Wuhu, east China's Anhui Province, recently inspired heated debate over gender issues.
Open Door 3.0 Heralds a New Growth EraMay 11, 2018Concerns over a looming US-China trade war created tremendous market volatility in the past months. But it appears unlikely that an all-out trade war would break out.