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Education


City adds 50 new schools to meet rising demand

GIVEN the baby boom and influx of migrant families, the Shanghai Education Commission yesterday announced the opening of 50 new public schools in the city. Half of the 50 new schools are kindergartens ...

September 1, 2014, Monday


Hands up who loves less homework

First-graders at Hai Tang Primary School in Jinshan District are all smiles as they show off their new Chinese textbooks. The books have been abridged as part of new guidelines to reduce the workload of primary students....

August 30, 2014, Saturday


Students practice safe sex

Two students use bananas to practice the right way to put on a condom yesterday at a “sex science summer camp” held by East China Normal University. A total of 24 university students from Shanghai and neighboring cities attended the event. ...

August 29, 2014, Friday


Ex-students ‘trying to avoid repaying loans’

MANY former students of local universities are dodging repaying student loans, even though they are now earning, a local court said yesterday. The district court in Yangpu, where top city universities ...

August 28, 2014, Thursday


Parking solution wins university contest

A student demonstrates his parking system with a cellphone at the National Undergraduate IoT Design Contest today. The winning team created a solution to finding a parking space in a garage. Fifty teams participated in the final, which was held at the Minhang campus of Jiao Tong University. The contest attracted more than 500 teams from universities nationwide. The goal of the contest was to discover potential professionals in the Internet of Things sector. ...

August 27, 2014, Wednesday


Community culture

A woman and a girl from Taiwan try paper-cutting at the Fenglin community center in Xuhui District as part of the Shanghai-Taiwan Women’s Culture Week, which began yesterday. About 40 delegates from Taiwan will exchange ideas with their local counterparts following the theme of publicizing Chinese culture and praising family virtues. ...

August 25, 2014, Monday


Overseas demand for Mandarin teaching rises, experts say

Nearly 100 Chinese and overseas experts gathered to discuss the future of Mandarin teaching at the sixth Asia-Pacific Consortium on Teaching Chinese as an International Language at East China Normal University ...

August 18, 2014, Monday


Harrow opening school in city

TOP English school Harrow is opening an international campus in Shanghai in September 2015. For the first semester it will admit 250 international students covering five grades. The school assessment ...

August 18, 2014, Monday


Students ‘keen’ to go to cramming schools

MORE than 70 percent of students from leading high schools in Shanghai who take extra lessons outside school do so voluntarily, a survey has shown. Research by students’ union officials  found that 67 ...

August 18, 2014, Monday


Reach heights with own views, says Yao

FORMER NBA star Yao Ming yesterday encouraged Chinese high school students to express their own opinions, which he says is the biggest cultural difference between China and the United States. Yao was ...

August 16, 2014, Saturday




 

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