Xinjiang University Honors Chinese-American Physicist

Nobel Laureate S.C.C. Ting, a noted Chinese-American physicist, Monday was appointed honorary professor of Xinjiang University in northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region. S.C.C.Ting was born in 1936 in the United States, and won the 1976 Nobel Prize in physics.

135,000 Chinese Return From Foreign Study
China has sent some 458,000 students to study abroad since the policy of reform and open-up was implementation in 1978, and 135,000 of these have come back and made great contributions in all walks of life.
China to Give Equal Rights to Private, Public Schools
Non-governmental educational institutions will enjoy equal rights with schools funded by the government, according to a draft law on the promotion of non-public schools tabled with legislators in Beijing Monday.
HK's Early Education Reports Complied
Following the Chinese Government's regaining of the sovereignty over Hong Kong, there has been an increasing interest in the history of Hong Kong. Those interested in the region's educational process during the latter part of 19th century may be interested in reading The Development of Education in Hong Kong 1841-1897: as revealed by the Early Education Reports of the Hong Kong Government, 1848-1896, published by Proverse Hong Kong.
New Changes in College Students' Choice of a Job
This year, about 1.45 million graduates from various universities in China will flood the job markets. The employment situation for college students is not very optimistic. A survey conducted recently suggests that about 80 percent of college students listed "pressure in job-hunting" as their top headache. Yet at the climax of the period when such students are busy signing contracts with their prospective companies, a new look is being taken at the students' job-hunting journey.
More Overseas Chinese Go for Mainland Colleges
Mainland universities are increasingly becoming the choice for overseas senior-school students.
Foreign Vocational Schools Eye Chinese Market
China’s internationalization has attracted more and more vocational education schools with advanced curriculum, good focus and practical teaching mode, and international study environment.
Chinese Language Welcomed in Belarus
The “I love China” Chinese speech contest among Belarusian college students was held at Minsk State Linguistics University in capital of the Republic of Belarus on May 31. The content of the speech involved the experience of learning Chinese, knowledge of Chinese history and culture, appraisal of China’s opening-up policy as well as the experiences and feelings of studying in China and so on.
Chinese and American 'Oil Towns' Cooperate in Education
China's oil town, Daqing, and Houston of the United States have signed an agreement on educational cooperation. According to the agreement, each city will select a key high school to form a pair, which will exchange teachers and students regularly.
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