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Survey of Chinese Education: Chinese high school


      Chinese high school students have the longest study hours compared to their peers in Japan, the U.S. and the Republic of Korea, a survey conducted by the four countries said.     The survey, released by the China Youth and Children Research Center (CYCRC) on Monday, was jointly conducted with institutions in the four countries in

UNFPA meeting discusses social development and


   PANAMA CITY, March 23 (Xinhua) -- The United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) held a meeting here on Monday to discuss issues on social development and education in the region, United Nations (UN) resident coordinator in Panama Jose Eguren said.     Eguren said it was a programming meeting being held every five years in different regions in the world to discuss

Dubious study of feng shui


BEIJING, March 24 -- It's not necessary for feng shui to gain a foothold in colleges in order to enter mainstream society, affirms an article in Qianjiang Evening Post. Following is an excerpt: Wuhan University of Science and Technology has cancelled the feng shui course it opened last October. Some believe feng shui is a branch of science and thus shouldn't have been cancelled. They even

U.S. Columbia University launches global center in


    AMMAN, March 22 (Xinhua) -- U.S. Columbia University on Sunday launched the Columbia Global Centers (Amman) in the Jordanian capital, local official Petra news agency reported.     The Amman Center is among the first ones of a network of centers around the world the Columbia University intends to establish to promote and facilitate international

Senior CPC official meets Australian PM, visits


  Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd (L) meets with Li Changchun, a member of the Standing Committee of the Political Bureau of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China, in Canberra, capital of Australia, March 21, 2009.    CANBERRA, March 21 (Xinhua) -- Li Changchun, a senior official of the Communist Party of China (CPC), met with Australian Prime

Experts: Keep children away from violent computer


      It is necessary to keep children away from violence-related computer games, said three Austrian psychologists based on their latest research results.     According to Friday's reports of Austrian media, in their latest research titled "Violence and Violence Prevention," three scientists from the Psychology Department of Austria's University

Even the crisis can''t stop school at home


   table with her children Rachel (left), 8, Rebecca (center), 4, and Sarah (right), 2, as they do schoolwork in their home in Kalona     Colleen Schneider works evenings so she's home for her favored morning teaching hours. The family scrimps - more frozen pizza, less eating out. But an inflexible 9-to-5 job that would force her to quit homeschooling was not an

British universities consider tuition fee rise


    British universities are considering raising tuition fees as lack of funding in the country's higher education has made universities vulnerable in competition with counterparts in the United States as well as some emerging economies.     A report published on Tuesday by Universities UK, the major representative body and membership organization for

Thai university to offer scholarships to Myanmar


The Rangsit University of Thailand will hold a seminar in Yangon along with its university entrance examination to select Myanmar students who deserve scholarships, the local weekly Voice reported Sunday.     The seminar will take place on March 21 at the Park royal Hotel and two scholarships will be awarded each for five majoring subjects -- International Business,

Mexico, Venezuela sign agreement on music education


 Mexican and Venezuelan government signed on Thursday an agreement to support music education for the young in Mexico.     "In Venezuela, 400,000 people are involved in the orchestras system in some ways," Mexican Public Education Minister Vazquez said, during a visit to Caracas, the capital of Venezuela.     "This experience deserves to be

Important Partner of China and France in Education


France considers China as an important partner in educational field while teaching in the Chinese language has entered into France's educational system, French Education Minister Xavier Darcos said Wednesday.     Darcos made the remarks here at the first symposium on the international Chinese-language class, which teaches different subjects including maths in Chinese.

More U.S. schools, universities offer Chinese classes


   Learning Chinese       In the latest wave of budget crises in California, many small schools have been forced to close, but Barnard Elementary School, located in Point Loma close to the world famous SeaWorld entertainment park in San Diego, survived.     Principal Edward Park said it is the Chinese classes the school offered

Chinese state councilor meets Georgetown University


   John DeGioia (L), president of Georgetown University of the United States, presents flowers to Chinese State Councilor Liu Yandong to celebrate the International Women's Day during their meeting at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, capital of China, March 8, 2009.     Chinese State Councilor Liu Yandong met here on Sunday with John DeGioia,

Survey: Gap between China''''''''''''''''s rural and


    A survey made public Tuesday by Peking University shows that China is seeing an increasingly large gap between the education levels of people holding urban and rural permanent residency permits, or "hukou" in Chinese.     The survey, carried out in Beijing, Shanghai, and southern Guangdong Province, found that only 0.7 percent of the 2,732 rural

ASEAN Education Ministers'' Conference to be held in


    BANGKOK, March 3-- Thailand is scheduled to host the 4th Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Education Ministers' Conference and the 44th Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Council Conference (SEAMEC) on April 6-8 in Phuket, Government's public relation department website reported Tuesday.     According to the website, Jurin Laksanawisit,

Five Stocks That Make the Grade


Every recession has a silver lining, and this one finds it in for-profit education companies. With so many Americans joining the ranks of the unemployed -- the jobless rate stands at 7.6% and is expected to reach 9% this year --acquiring new skills is seen as a way to land a new job. And those who remain employed are padding their résumés with new credentials to stave off layoffs. Technical

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