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05.08.2020 — 533 views

Reform Needed in College Admissions


China needs to improve its college enrollment system to meet the needs of individual growth and national development.
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Zooming in on COVID-19 – The Global Anti-epidemic Fight through the Lens of 100 Photographers from 27 Countries

As of June 28, 2020, global COVID-19 cases had topped 10 million. Mankind is facing the most serious global public health crisis since the end of World War II. Against this back...
02.07.2020 — 1209 views
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Read Books and Change the World

On World Book Day, 100 mothers around the world jointly published the letter To Mothers, calling on mothers and children to read together.
28.04.2020 — 1443 views
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Podcasting from China

Listening to podcasts is an intimate experience. Providers must develop other ways to reach out to an audience.
23.04.2020 — 5724 views
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Strokes of Harmony

“Acquire elements from various arts and melt them into a single piece to create something entirely new.”
13.03.2020 — 1241 views
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24.02.2020 — 807 views

Rising Curtains


There were few better ways to celebrate the 2020 Chinese New Year than watching a play at Beijing People’s Art Theatre.
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People, Architecture, Technology

CADE 2019 highlights the great changes that have taken place in architecture since the founding of the People’s Republic of China in 1949 and emphasizes cross-cultural communica...
16.12.2019 — 1281 views
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Bones of Culture

Displayed as part of the permanent collections of many institutions around the world, oracle bones inscriptions, “Jiaguwen” in Chinese, have attracted researchers from various c...
04.12.2019 — 1080 views
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Song Zhenhao: Oracle Bones Drive International Cultural Exchange

Application of the traditional deconstructing method inspired by Chinese oracle bone script studies in the research of ancient Sumerian cuneiform script has significantly furthe...
04.12.2019 — 1052 views
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Huang Tianshu: Scripting Chinese Culture

The Chinese characters we use today are descendants of oracle bone inscriptions. This inheritance is the root of Chinese culture.
04.12.2019 — 1016 views

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