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China utilizes new, ‘sophisticated’ methods to revive patriotic education: report

China is looking to new, modern methods in its campaign of patriotic education, according to reports.

The focus on patriotic education has come back into sharp focus as China wrangles with how to handle Hong Kong after its controversial handling of the extradition bill that led to protests that lasted throughout 2019 and the national security law that revived the protests earlier in 2020. 

Teenagers and young adults led the charge in the Hong Kong response, with around 40% of the thousands of protesters arrested in 2019 registered as students.

In this photo released by China's Xinhua News Agency, Chinese President Xi Jinping speaks during an event to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the establishment of the Shenzhen Special Economic Zone in Shenzhen in southern China's Guangdong Province, Wednesday, Oct. 14, 2020. President Xi Jinping promised Wednesday new steps to back development of China's biggest tech center, Shenzhen, amid a feud with Washington that has disrupted access to U.S. technology and is fueling ambitions to create Chinese providers. (Zhang Ling/Xinhua via AP)

In this photo released by China’s Xinhua News Agency, Chinese

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The annual meeting of the 2020 International Forum on Higher Education was held in Zhengzhou, China

11/25/2020, Chicago // KISSPR //

CRI News: From November 21 to 22, the 2020 International Forum on Higher Education, co-hosted by China Association of Higher Education and Zhengzhou University, supported by Henan Provincial People’s Government, was held in Zhengzhou. More than one hundred Chinese and foreign experts and scholars discussed the way to advance the modernization of higher education on the theme of “Accelerating Modernization of University Governance Systems and Capacity Building”.

To realize the modernization of higher education, it is necessary to promote the modernization of governance systems and capacity building in higher education. It is also an important

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TikTok Owner ByteDance Launches Education Technology Brand Dali for China | Investing News

By Yingzhi Yang and Brenda Goh

BEIJING (Reuters) – Beijing-based ByteDance announced a standalone education technology (edtech) brand Dali for the Chinese market on Thursday, becoming another major tech player looking to capitalise on the sector’s boom driven by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Dali, meaning “forceful strength” in Chinese, will host all the education business of ByteDance and already has 10,000 employees, Dali Chief Executive Chen Lin told a press conference in Beijing.

ByteDance founder and chief executive Zhang Yiming said in a statement: “We started to develop interests in the education industry very early on. The brand independence of Dali

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China warns students over ‘risks’ of studying in Australia

Students from China make a large contribution to Australia's economy
Students from China make a large contribution to Australia’s economy

China has warned students to consider the risks of studying in Australia during the pandemic, aggravating a political row between the nations.

China’s education ministry on Tuesday issued the advisory to students before Australian universities reopen in July.

The ministry cited the threat of Covid-19 and discrimination against Asians as possible risks.

In a statement, it said students should be “cautious” when choosing to go or return to Australia.

“The spread of the new global Covid-19 outbreak has not been effectively controlled, and there are risks in international travel and

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What Is China New Higher Education Group’s (HKG:2001) P/E Ratio After Its Share Price Rocketed?

It’s really great to see that even after a strong run, China New Higher Education Group (HKG:2001) shares have been powering on, with a gain of 31% in the last thirty days. And the full year gain of 29% isn’t too shabby, either!

All else being equal, a sharp share price increase should make a stock less attractive to potential investors. While the market sentiment towards a stock is very changeable, in the long run, the share price will tend to move in the same direction as earnings per share. The implication here is that deep value investors might steer

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