Tagged with " China"
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By     |    Sep 5, 2008   
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How U.S. Students Describe China

"Welcoming", "Diverse", "Voluminous", "Intellectually stimulating", "Spirited", "Crowded", "Honest", "Cyclical", "Inspiring", "Amazing opportunities"..., are the word for China.

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Beijing Olympics Opening Ceremony
By     |    Sep 2, 2008   
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T. Friedman remarks on Beijing 2008 Summer Olympics

Thomas L. Friedman, the author of The World is Flat, made some interesting remarks when he was watching the Opening Ceremony of Beijing 2008 Summer Olympics. According to the program, the winner of three times of Pulitzer Prize said: look at the strength of this country, and, we shall send our children to learn Chinese.

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Wenchuan Earthquake
By     |    May 18, 2008   
Posted in: China and the World, Chinese Culture, Intercultural Issues, 中文文章     |    No Comments

中国独特政治文化在抗震中集中体现

中国总理作为执政党最高层领袖,除了管理日常事务之外,同时也需要成为政党理想和原则的贯彻者和执行者,或者是展示者,证明这些政治话语不是形式、不是套话,而是执政者坚持的信念。中国式总理,无法复制,想学也学不来。

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By     |    Mar 1, 2008   
Posted in: China and the World, Education, Intercultural Issues     |    1 Comment

Two Million Minutes – Comparing Education in the U.S., China & India

Two Million Minutes is a documentary film which compares how American students measure up to those in India and China. The film is conceived by Robert A. Compton, who also was the executive director. As explained by Education World, the title means: High school often is measured by years or events, but across many nations, there is a common factor: Every student has 2 million minutes from the time he or she [...]

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