China's Reform Moves Forward in Its Own WayDecember 20, 2018President Xi Jinping delivered a speech on Tuesday to mark the 40th anniversary of reform and opening-up.
Japanese Rightists' Move to Deny Nanjing Massacre Doomed to FailDecember 13, 2018Thursday marks the National Memorial Day for Nanjing Massacre Victims. On Monday, a monument for the victims, the first of its kind overseas, was unveiled in Toronto, Canada.
When Sci-fi Is Child's PlayDecember 7, 2018Two of China's top science-fiction writers Liu Cixin and Han Song sat down with poet Bei Dao and Peking University professor and cultural critic Dai Jinhua for a discussion at the ...
Experts: After-school Institutions Not to Blame for Heavy WorkloadsDecember 5, 2018Government should shoulder the responsibility of providing quality compulsory education rather than blaming after-school training institutions for increasing student workloads,...
Human Gene Editing: Fire of Prometheus, or Box of Pandora?November 29, 2018He Jiankui, who's been at the eye of the storm in the global scientific community, appeared at the International Summit on Human Genome Editing in Hong Kong Wednesday.
Women's Power Shines over Poverty AlleviationNovember 27, 2018A generous local from Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, northwest China, recently received an award for helping over 500 women to find jobs and shake off poverty, according to a...
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