The founding chancellor of New York University Shanghai, Yu Lizhong, likens the joint venture between New York University and East China Normal University to a couple expecting a child.
A record 1.8 million students across China spent the first week of the new year taking the National Entrance Examinations for Postgraduates, state media reported on Sunday.
When The New York Times recently ran a major story about China becoming the world's second-greatest producer of science papers after the US, the subtext was not lost on its readers.
Since the 1980s, Hong Kong has become famous for four industries: financial services, tourism, shipping and professional services.
But because of keen competition from other parts...
China is penning laws on educational collaboration between mainland and overseas institutions as it prepares to open its education market to the world, a senior education official said.
Demands are rising for more independence and wider sources of funding for mainland universities, according to a new publication on higher education in China released this week by the Organisation...