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  • Do Chinese teenagers work too hard after school? A survey examines
    Do Chinese teenagers work too hard after school? A survey…

    As for Chinese the subject, 74.1 percent of those tutored outside school felt that it was not difficult along with 63.4 percent of those not receiving extra tutoring. In the case of English, the rates were 53.8 and 34.6 percent, respectively.

  • Rural literature in new era should depict farmers’ ideals
    Rural literature in new era should depict farmers’ ideals

    With the hope for a better life and the strong desire to fight for change, migrant workers toil long hours and endure hardship and fatigue, and they often become trapped in cultural conflicts or face threats to their survival in the city. In most cases, writers cannot help but instill sympathy and sadness in their works and arouse the same kind of feelings among readers.

  • Int’l student, scholar flow tied to globalization
    Int’l student, scholar flow tied to globalization

    As a crucial force in the inheritance of human civilization and the exchange of cultural understanding, cross-cultural education and the international flow of learning should serve in globalization as an essential bridge for creating a community with a shared future for mankind.

  • ‘Internet Plus Higher Education:’ Opportunities and challenges
    ‘Internet Plus Higher Education:’ Opportunities and chal…

    Therefore, in the innovative "Internet Plus Higher Education" model, the internet should not merely serve as a technological means for knowledge dissemination to be integrated with higher education. Instead, it should thoroughly penetrate the field in forms of concepts, content, means and effects.