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  1. Comment - Insight & Opinion

    How returnees will reshape China

    Posted Sep 24th 2012, 12:00am by TOM VELK, OLIVIA GONG

    ... Tom Velk and Olivia Gong Tom Velk and Olivia Gong say as more young, Western-educated professionals return to a better life in China, their influence on business, society and relations ... This situation implies that Western platforms of commonly agreed upon rules of behaviour, ownership and dispute-settlement mechanisms will be brought to China. The current Chinese banking system, up ...

  2. Comment - Insight & Opinion - LEADER

    China's left-behind kids cloud the country's dream

    Posted Mar 24th 2013, 12:00am by STASFF

    ... China can dream about grandeur and resurgence, but here are some new statistics that will pull her down. In her own backyard, among her vast rural poor in the countryside, many young children have no internet service, extra-curricular books and basic chil ...

  3. News - China - MIGRANTS

    Easing of college exam barriers fails to satisfy migrant parents

    Posted Dec 31st 2012, 12:00am by Raymond Li

    ... Raymond Li raymond.li@scmp.com Easing of exam barriers fails to satisfy migrants Migrant parents expressed disappointment yesterday after three of the largest magnets of migrant labour- Beijing, Shanghai and Guangdong- announced only a modest relaxation o ...

  4. Stress test

    Posted Jan 20th 2011, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Kelly Yang The mainlanders are coming! And, this time, it's not to go shopping. It's to take the SAT Reasoning Test. Actually, the fact that mainland Chinese children are swarming into Hong Kong to take the American exam is not the least bit surprising. After all, over the past 10 years, Chinese students have been flooding to overseas universities, particularly ...

  5. Law Society mulls common exam

    Posted Jul 30th 2012, 12:00am

    ... internationally.' Gane said that all but one course in the PCLL was assessed by the Law Society and the Bar Association. There were 453 applicants vying for the 150 places on Chinese University's PCLL ... Patsy Moy and Adrian Wan An overhaul of the examination system that allows law graduates to become qualified lawyers is being considered by the head of the Law Society. Students currently ...

  6. letters

    Posted Sep 28th 2010, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... exhausted and unable to concentrate in class. Clara Hui Keep our great culture alive Chinese people used to be proud of their culture. They were very fond of writing and reciting poetry. Drawing and admiring traditional Chinese works of art with friends were common hobbies. But nowadays, Hongkongers like reading gossip magazines or books about money-making. They are no longer interested in art ...

  7. Fashion show attracts scores

    Posted Jun 10th 2005, 12:00am by Lilian Goh

    ... designs reflected the students' interpretation of fashion and their perspectives on western and Chinese societies. It was the last fashion show organised by the design school. From next year ...

  8. Mainlanders born in HK could keep schools open

    Posted Nov 17th 2010, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... population of young citizens. But the silence fails to serve anyone, not least children. We should try to resolve the issue. The Basic Law is clear: Chinese citizens born in Hong Kong have the right ...

  9. face-to-face book

    Posted Jan 21st 2011, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... of the Rabbit, HKU's Chinese Society is hosting a seafood dinner in Central on February 11. The evening will include a lion dance, music, a magic show and a dramatic performance featuring society ... To qualify, they must speak English, be between 18 and 24, show knowledge of Hong Kong and Chinese culture, and have a solid academic background. Entry forms are available from ...

  10. A revolution in student halls

    Posted May 22nd 2010, 12:00am by Liz Heron

    ... wardens on these floors because it is not necessary. We rely on the students' own self-discipline. Chinese society used to be very conservative and it was required for students to be on different floors. But society is getting more enlightened.' The move, which was part of the university's 'whole-person education process', was intended to encourage the students ...




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