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Xinjiang education reform and the eradication of Uyghur-language books

The “bilingual” education system introduced over the past decade in Xinjiang is better characterized as an attempt to transform minority…

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Education in China: How the gaokao exam shapes Chinese students’ lives and futures

This article is sponsored by Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University For high-school graduates across China, two days in June mark some of the most…

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China Business Corner: Introducing Yinyu, the virtual KTV app whose users are singing up a storm

Happy New Year and best wishes from China Business Corner! We’re a weekly window into Chinese-language coverage of business, technology, and…

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Chinese Corner: The education gap, the spectacular rise and fall of Ofo, and a sexual harassment victim speaks out

Live-streaming alone won’t fix China’s education gap 这块屏幕可能改变命运 This screen might change fates By Chéng Méngchāo 程盟超 December 13, 2018…

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Live-streaming offers possible solution to education inequality in China

Access to good education should, in theory, be a basic human right. But for students from low-income families in rural…

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China’s biggest private education company buys an English school

Bright Scholar Education Holdings (博实乐教育控 bóshílè jiàoyù) was founded in Foshan, Guangdong Province, in 1994, and listed on the New…

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Closing down foreign education partnerships

Sino-foreign partnership programs at universities and joint venture schools are under scrutiny from the Ministry of Education. Despite their popularity,…

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Report: Chinese university graduates’ average annual starting salary is barely $8,000

A recent Chinese state media report revealed that the majority of university graduates in China have starting salaries of 4,317 yuan…

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State media denounces police violence against Anhui teachers protesting over low pay

News broke out over the weekend that local police in Lu’an, Anhui province, used violence towards a group of teachers…

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Students at National Taiwan University march to defend school autonomy

Students at the prestigious National Taiwan University (NTU) in Taipei are planning a protest — dubbed the “New May Fourth…

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Chinese postgraduate entrance exam leaked?

A teacher at Dalian University of Technology was accused of leaking a math test ahead of China’s annual postgraduate entrance…

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Second-tier cities offer cheap housing to attract young talent

A summary of the top news in Chinese society and culture for October 19, 2017. Part of the daily SupChina…

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A tale of eight Harvard researchers coming back to China

The People’s Daily on the factors drawing overseas top-notch scientists back home.

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Why are growing numbers of overseas Chinese students returning home?

As China’s latest cohort of international students prepares to start classes at universities abroad this September, SupChina takes a look at the…

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By the numbers

A Tibetan girl works on a math problem at a primary school in Bazhu Village in Yunnan Province. The school…

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