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“Sea Turtles” Come Home

Monday,Feb 27, 2017

From: CGTN

 

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China had become the world’s largest source of overseas students, and the naiton also sees the increasing numbers of the returning home.

According to Annual Report on the Development of Chinese Students Studying Abroad (2016) No.5,  which jointly published by the think tank, Center for China and Globalization (CCG), and the Social Science Academic Press(China), in total 1.26 million Chinese students studied abroad in 2015, that isabout 25% of all international students worldwide. China is the top sources incountries including: US, UK, Canada, Australia, Japan and South Korea. The World Today will bring you more informations about China’s Returnees.

 

From CNTN, February ,  2017

 

  • China to Tout Role in TPP, Japan Eyes Range of Scenarios

    At the top of many countries’ agenda is talk of how to integrate the trade and economies of the Asia-Pacific region. Many still see the Trans-Pacific Partnership as a possibility in some form, even as a template for other agreements. But should that not come to pass, the seven members that are in both the TPP and the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership could move ahead by pushing RCEP, they said.

  • ’Digital silk road’ expected to link world

    Wang Huiyao, founder and president of the Beijing-based independent think tank Center for China and Globalization(CCG) and also a counselor to the State Council, China’s Cabinet, said the advantage of digital over physical infrastructure is that it can be put in place much more rapidly.

  • 【Manilatimes】Huge potential for OFWs in China

    According to Chinese officials, with the memorandum of understanding (MOU), it will be the first time that teachers from a country whose native tongue isn’t English are going to be allowed to teach English in China.

  • Trade beats a quarrel

    Chinese Premier Li Keqiang says it is not in anyone’s interests for a trade war to break out between China and the United States.

  • He Weiwen: Dialogue works better than threat on IP issues

    The United States has launched an investigation to determine whether China has indulged in “forced transfer of American technologies and theft of American intellectual property”. US President Donald Trump has termed it “a very big move”. And he is right. It indeed is a big move-backwards.