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Eugene Clark
Dr Eugene Clark is Emeritus Professor, University of Canberra and Chairman of the National Academy of Professional Studies. With a career in higher education in the US, Australia and China, Clark is a former University Pro-Vice Chancellor, Law School Dean. He has also been a CEO, legal practitioner and educational consultant. Clark is the co-author of, Internet and E-commerce Law, Business and Policy (Thomson 2011) as well as many other books and articles on e-commerce, commercial law and legal education. For a number of years he wrote a weekly column on Technology and Law for the Canberra Times. The views expressed in these opinions are solely those of the columnist/author and not those of China.org.cn or his employer.
October 9, 2021
Higher education forever changed in a post-COVID-19 world
Challenges brought about by the pandemic have forced colleges and universities to rethink their entire teaching model, affecting both academic staff and students alike.
May 29, 2021
The role of disabled in society
With COVID-19 and many other issues now facing the world, the disabled in our society show us that the human spirit is resilient – proof that we are capable of much more than we could ever imagine.
May 9, 2021
Rise of micro-credentials and their role in society's future needs
A new form of education focusing on "micro credentials" is beginning to take shape across the world offering flexibility and focused specialization for the future needs of society.
March 10, 2021
​Improving future by advancing legal education for China's secondary students
China's recent move to promote legal education at the secondary school level is an important step that should be vigorously promoted to ensure future generations are fully equipped to enhance rule of law.
February 5, 2021
GameStop: Stop the games and rebuild trust in reg-tech
Abuse of the system whereby shares are bought and sold in the market is causing a great distortion that leads to distrust of the system and requires urgent government action.
January 10, 2021
A world made better by genuine communication and dialogue
The world faces many difficult challenges in 2021 and the most important thing in coping with these is good communication, in which listening is as vital as talking.
July 23, 2020
Moon Day: Time to look up
Moon Day celebrates the historic moon landing that occurred on July 20, 1969. 51 years down the line, the world has moved beyond space exploration to look at many other possibilities and opportunities.
July 14, 2020
Proposed US changes in international student visas: Wrong way to go
The Trump administration's proposal to deny international student visas to all those who currently engage only in online study rather than face-to-face teaching is detrimental to the whole cause of education in an interconnected world.
June 14, 2020
World Blood Donor Day more critical than ever
As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, blood donations are at alarmingly low levels in most countries, which makes the World Blood Donor Day especially important this year.
June 3, 2020
World Bicycle Day: Precious memories on two wheels
The bicycle is a symbol of simplicity and a past where the pace of life moved more slowly, and when human activity was more in harmony with the environment around us.
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