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Black Myth an indicator of China's rising creative powers
As China's creative industries flourish, video games are increasingly gunning for the attention of the world's gaming population.
As new semester starts, new fears
Schools are supposed to be places of learning, but as far as COVID-19 is concerned lessons are not being learnt, leaving many young people in the United States to get sick and further spread the disease.
Banning TikTok and WeChat makes no sense
The Trump administration's move to ban the Chinese WeChat service and the TikTok app is sheer nonsense. It doesn't protect American national security but only causes inconvenience to millions of American businesses and ordinary people.
US targeting of TikTok tramples fair competition, free market
President Trump has set a 45-day deadline for U.S. companies to stop doing business with TikTok. This controversial move goes against the spirit of a free market, and widens the gulf of mistrust with other nations.
Do tutorial schools help promote educational revolution?
Coding education is a new field that could revolutionize China's formal education system. However, this is currently being piloted largely by private companies, which is raising some concern among educators.
Hollywood insiders weigh in on future of US-China co-productions
Industry experts are trying to envision and even predict what future looks like for U.S.-China co-productions in the wake of the global COVID-19 pandemic and explosive growth of China's own film industry.
COVID-19: What now for foreign students?
Some American universities are rightly challenging the Trump Administration's policy barring many foreign students staying in the U.S. if their courses remain purely online during the COVID-19 epidemic.
Changes in general education curriculum in Chinese universities
Promotion of a general education curriculum spanning all major disciplines is now the focus for producing undergraduates capable of coping with the challenges of a rapidly changing world.
Online exhibition is a diary of life during the pandemic
Noted Chinese artist Liu Xiaodong has been held up in New York since April, as flights back to Beijing, where he lives and works, are restricted under the current COVID-19 pandemic.
Conducting better university-community knowledge exchange
More inquiry-based and interdisciplinary research allows academia and society to communicate, coordinate, and collaborate continuously.
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