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Did China squander its moment in the sun?

Asiatimes 27 Feb 2024
Several of the Chiang Mai residents participated in the protests in Shanghai or Beijing or they have friends who had been arrested ... A few lost their jobs in Beijing’s crackdown on online tutoring.
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OpenAI CEO warns that 'societal misalignments' could make artificial intelligence dangerous

The Roanoke Times 13 Feb 2024
"There's some things in there that are easy to imagine where things really go wrong ... CASEY ... 3 N.C ... In cities like Beijing, tutoring service providers are using AI avatars to teach students various subjects during livestreaming sessions. CCTV ... Canva. .
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Why is China mixing its economic messages when business confidence is so low?

Korea Times 30 Jan 2024
After years of prioritising security over development, and severe crackdowns on the property, financial, private tutoring and internet technology sectors to rein in "blind expansion" of private ...
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Disinformation and fake news deepen divisions over China as Taiwan goes to the polls

The Los Angeles Times 11 Jan 2024
Beijing has refused to engage with current President Tsai Ing-wen, who has strengthened ties with the U.S ... Some Taiwanese media outlets have owners with business ties in mainland China, and often publish stories that echo opinions from Beijing.
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Why are so many young Chinese depressed?

Korea Times 28 Dec 2023
Wealthy households in Shanghai and Beijing now pay $120 to $400 per hour for in-person tutoring, while the children of the non-wealthy must study even harder to make up for the tutoring that their parents can no longer afford.
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Many young Chinese are depressed

Taipei Times 23 Dec 2023
Wealthy households in Shanghai and Beijing now pay US$120 to US$400 per hour for in-person tutoring, while the children of the non-wealthy must study even harder to make up for the tutoring that their parents can no longer afford.
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Taiwan’s embrace vs China’s push

Taipei Times 14 Dec 2023
From banning English as a subject from final exams in elementary schools to limiting elementary-school students’ maximum tutoring hours at English-language institutes, the traces of Beijing’s ...
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Trouble in China’s $570bn education industry forces overhaul

Business Day 08 Nov 2023
But the business stumbled as Beijing imposed new rules in 2021 and cracked down on the private tutoring business, aimed at easing pressure on children and lowering family costs ... Beijing’s crackdown amplified the pressure.
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Private schools rethink China future after flunking growth test

Asahi News 08 Nov 2023
But the business stumbled as Beijing imposed new rules in 2021 and cracked down on the private tutoring business, aimed at easing pressure on children and lowering family costs ... Beijing’s crackdown amplified the pressure.
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​New film examines Chinese parents' education philosophy

China.dot.org 17 Aug 2023
The cast and crew pose for a photo at the premiere of "Papa" in Beijing, Aug ... At the Beijing premiere on Monday, Su shared that he often chatted with parents in communities and around schools to gather genuine firsthand insights.
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Taiwan teacher dedicates over 10 years to cross-Strait exchanges

China Daily 04 Aug 2023
In 2002, he moved to Beijing, where he continued his study to pursue a PhD. From 2007 to now, Ding has been mainly working in the New Media Department at the Beijing Institute of Fashion Technology, tutoring students' design projects.
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NetEase Youdao launches first large model in education

China Daily 28 Jul 2023
The large model, dubbed as Zi Yue or "Confucius said" in mandarin, can be applied to various application scenarios such as translation, virtual voice tutoring, essay guidance, grammar analysis and smart documentation.
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The West must offer the Global South a new deal

News India Times 23 Jun 2023
Ramaphosa did his best to sound optimistic ... Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, for example, triangulates between Washington, Moscow and Beijing as if he’d been tutored by the eminence grise of American realism, Henry Kissinger ... — ... .
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With record unemployment, China's youth confront bleak job market

The Manila Times 20 Jun 2023
BEIJING ... One of the reasons China's once-freewheeling private sector is seeing much slower growth is because of a sweeping government crackdown on property companies, tech giants and private tutoring firms.
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China’s youth face bleak job market amid unemployment

Manila Standard 20 Jun 2023
BEIJING, China—Rather than celebrating finishing university, this summer Chinese graduates shared photos of themselves theatrically throwing their degrees into bins, underscoring the bleak outlook as youth unemployment sits at a record high.
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