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A Chinese zoo’s supposed “African lion” was exposed as a fraud when the dog used as a substitute started barking.
The zoo in the People’s Park of
Analysis of the new avian influenza A (H7N9) discovered in China earlier this year suggests that the virus was probably transmitted from human to
“Obviously for a company like ours it’s a market with considerable potential.”
“There are opportunities we mustn’t miss.”
“Growth and preservation of
Do final exam results really matter? Is a disappointing mark truly the end of the world? Obviously it is not, so what is the point? For many families
Violent clashes have killed 35 people in the Xinjiang region of China.
The Turkic-speaking region has often been the centre of conflicts between
In this edition of U-talk – “Do you think that the European Union will look to China as a future creditor?” asks Nicola (London).
The response to
One of the biggest challenges for European small to medium sized enterprises (SMEs) is preserving their intellectual property. i.e. their products
What are the keys to success for a European SME opening up a business in China? Who do you turn to for help if you want to set up a business in
The downturn in car sales in Europe, and the sluggish state of the US economy, make finding new markets a matter of survival for some manufacturers
Poverty, marginalisation and abuse can have a dramatic impact on the level and quality of education a young person receives.
Various projects have
China’s presidential couple are on their first foreign tour since Xi Jinping’s recent confirmation in office. First stop was Russia, to highlight the
Reading when you cannot see or hitting the dance floor when you cannot walk are tough challenges. But with the right teaching, just about anything is
A new line-up of top leaders replaces the old guard in China. How will the single-party system hold up under increasing challenges?
It is expected that the face which will be overseeing China for the next decade will be that of Xi Jinping, now age 59. Born after the 1949
Do you think your country’s politics are tough? Try China, population 1.3 billion. This is the Communist Party’s 18th Congress, where it just got new
As China’s Communist Party Congress approaches and with it an expected change of leadership, China-watchers are considering what policies may stand
It was all smiles as Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao rolled in to Brussels on Thursday to meet his EU counterparts. Despite those pleasantries, finding
The world’s top miner BHP Billiton is suffering from China’s slowdown as it reported a 34.7 percent fall in full-year net profit.
Horizontal information exchange – teachers sharing methodology, students sharing information, students helping each other learn – is a way of passing
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The famous opera competition Operalia has reached an important milestone, its 20th anniversary. Founder and world renowned
Interview with the great tenor Plácido Domingo.
Europeans and Chinese know very little about each other’s lives. During a recent China-EU forum the European Commission said it wanted to connect the
While traditional agricultural methods can be very productive it is still important to keep up with new developments, as demand for foodstuffs grows
Living with autism can be difficult, and helping children live with it can be overwhelming for parents. Education can play a key role. In this
Maths is certainly a mental challenge but it can also be fun, and ultimately rewarding. We look at schools in the US, Japan and China and compare
Tackling child labour remains one of the greatest challenges facing both the developed and developing worlds. It is estimated some 200 million