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Old treatise on aging filled with timeless wisdom for all people

IN much of China today, the question “how old are you?” is still an acceptable way to start a conversation. Chinese idealize the elderly as enlightened bearers of wisdom, worthy of greater veneration. ...

April 29, 2016, Friday


Book shows how little we still know about machine learning

LAST month, when the self-learning algorithm AlphaGo triumphed over South Korean Go master Lee Se-Dol, it made sensational news. Some even saw the victory as a step toward humanity’s eventual enslavement ...

April 8, 2016, Friday


Science returns Neanderthals to rightful place in human lineage

JUST published last year, this is a highly informative summary of the state of current knowledge about the Neanderthals by two married scientists who, although soundly grounding their material in the ...

April 1, 2016, Friday


Striking work-family balance by following the P6PROP program

According to the writer Lynn Pan in her “When True Love Came to China,” the Chinese language long lacked a specific concept to describe love and affection for a spouse or sweetheart....

March 25, 2016, Friday


New book confronts painful history of indigenous peoples

In “An Indigenous Peoples’ History of the United States,” a searing history of the tragic encounter between America’s Native Americans and Western settlers, author Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz has succeeded in...

March 18, 2016, Friday


Rural Chinese society fractured by loss of traditional ways of life

OVER recent years, numerous books have sought to portray the desolation and decay of rural society as working-age villagers pour into cities in search of better opportunities. One of the most recent efforts ...

February 5, 2016, Friday


‘The Precariat’ examines impact of globalization on labor market

ACCORDING to a report released by the National Bureau of Statistics on January 19, China’s migrant workers now earn an average of 3,072 yuan (US$470) per month, up 7.2 percent from a year ago. In comparison, ...

January 22, 2016, Friday


Exploring pros and cons of human intervention with climate change

These days, there are no doubts about mankind’s contribution to climate change due to the burning of fossil fuels....

January 8, 2016, Friday


Dalí takes readers down rabbit hole all his own in ‘Alice’ edition

CHARLES Lutwidge Dodgson (1832-1898) and Salvador Dalí (1904-1989) never met. Yet the two iconoclasts come together for a stunning 150th-anniversary edition of the classic novel “Alice’s Adventures in ...

December 4, 2015, Friday


Job-training education fails to foster love for truth and learning

While having lunch with a few colleagues earlier this week, someone mentioned a CCTV presenter by the name of Zhao Pu who had recently, like many others, decided to step down from his post....

November 6, 2015, Friday




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