Chinese cite ties to nature, parenting strategies, researcher independence and other factors to explain Japan’s 25 Nobel Prizes vs. China’s 3
An article from state media focused on differences in Japanese and Chinese handling of education and independent scientists to explain why Japan had won far more Nobel Prizes than China since 1949, while a writer on Weibo noted that China lost talented people to the Cultural Revolution and it hadn't had time to benefit from investing in research.
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Oct 21, 2016