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Foreign teacher rules tighten amid scandals

Multiple central government departments, including the Ministry of Education (MOE), are demanding all online education agencies in China to employ only foreign staff who meets the requirements of the country's relevant laws and regulations.

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Chinese parents rethink sending their kids on US study tours

Like many parents in China, Huang Zhiling, a 37-year-old mother, is considering overseas study tours for her 5-year-old daughter. Her previous plan was a trip to the US but she is now hesitant due to the current situation.

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Teen pees in elevator causing sparks to fly

A boy may have reached a new repugnant low by urinating in elevator and causing the lift's control panel to short circuit, spewing a shower of sparks that frightened a building resident.

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China unveils new measures to boost graduates' employment

China has introduced a slew of measures to boost the employment prospects of graduates in the country, including relaxing residency curbs, promoting multi-channel employment and facilitating the establishment of startups

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Chinese movies shine at New York Asian Film Festival

Going to the movies remains one of life's greatest pleasures, don't you think?

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Working mothers face obstacles to having second child

Of the 2,012 surveyed, 87.2 percent said that working mothers around them had raised the idea of giving birth to a second child, while 51.8 percent said working women also expressed concerns about becoming a second-time mother, according to the poll.

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Chinese students in the US annoyed by being seen as 'spies'

“Just stop speaking Chinese!” A white girl said, irritated, when my friends and I were chatting in an elevator with all our classmates inside, during a summer program at Columbia University. I was very upset, but I stopped talking.

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Why can the AIIB promote growth and connectivity in Asia?

On July 12, the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) will host its annual meeting in Luxembourg, which marks the first time the Beijing-based multilateral development bank holds its most important event outside of Asia. Incidentally, this month also marks the 75th anniversary of the establishment of Bretton Woods Institutions that continue to underpin much of the liberal international economic order today.

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Why is Disney making Mulan 'authentically Chinese'?

This week saw Disney release a trailer for the live action production of “Mulan,” a story based on a Chinese legend of a female warrior from the Northern and Southern Dynasties period (420–589) who went into battle in place of her father. The story had previously been the subject of a 1998 animated film, which was known for its musical score and somewhat comedic tone.

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Chinese university to develop Blue Brian Project

A Chinese university signed an agreement with the team of the Blue Brain Project, an attempt by Swiss scientists to create synthetic brains, to conduct brain science research together.

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