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China to build world’s first hybrid fusion-fission reactor before 2030


The following is based on a translation of a report on a Chinese news site: A report on akjunshi.com says the China Academy of Engineering Physics in Sichuan has completed the conception design of the world’s first hybrid fusion–fission reactor. As the institute is in charge of developing China’s nuclear weapons, it must have actual … Continue reading

Outdated mindset is blocking China’s new ideas, say analysts


A leading mainland Chinese inventor-entrepreneur says he may not have surrendered his professorship at an elite university if government policy at the time had allowed him to set up his company while still staying in his post. “If there had been an option, I would have definitely considered it,” Zhong Faping – one of the best-known … Continue reading

China’s new education reform will fail again


China‘s Education Department published the new rules of the college entrance examination. Shanghai and Zhejiang provinces are going to be the experimental regions of the new system. Unfortunately, no matter how the Chinese government acts on the education system, all reforms are sure to be failures. The government is still unaware of the lack of … Continue reading

China: Revving up for e-learning market opportunities


The e-learning market has been reshaped by the widespread of MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses) set up by a large range of top players globally: from the established Ivy League universities to the most daring projects set up by innovative outsiders like Udacity or Khan Academy. Many powerful projects achieved great results in a very … Continue reading

China claims to have invented world’s first invisibility cloak


Scientists on the mainland say they are increasingly confident of developing the world’s first practical invisibility cloak, using technology to hide objects from view and make them “disappear’’. They already claimed to have made fish and cats disappear. At least 40 research teams have been funded by the central government over the past three years … Continue reading

For China, a new kind of feminism


If you want to Lean In in Chinese, you “Take One Step Forward.” That’s how the title of Sheryl Sandberg’s contemporary feminist manifesto, “Lean In: Women, Work and the Will to Lead,” has been translated here. And you do it with gusto, judging from the reactions of about a thousand students and businesspeople at two … Continue reading

China’s leadership now dominated by intellectuals


Reuters publishes a report yesterday titled Analysis: From builders to managers: educating China’s leadership that provides many facts about Chinese leaders being well educated now. However, as it does not know Jiang Zeming’s coup that has substituted intellectuals’ dominance of the party for uneducated conservatives,’ described in my book “Tiananmen’s Tremendous Achievements,” it believes that … Continue reading

A Chinese education, for a price


For Chinese children and their devoted parents, education has long been seen as the key to getting ahead in a highly competitive society. But just as money and power grease business deals and civil servant promotions, the academic race here is increasingly rigged in favor of the wealthy and well connected, who pay large sums … Continue reading

Migrants at work, tourists at home in China


Xu Guanghui is one of many economic migrants who are strangers in their own homes, but the flood heading east is ebbing as development spreads west. He  had not seen his family for two years when he sat down for a celebratory feast in Luzhou , Sichuan province. The 34-hour bus journey, like a tourist, … Continue reading

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