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E-wallet platform Boost says the company is in discussions with the Education Ministry to introduce cashless payment system in Malaysian schools.
Nearly 100 academics worldwide have expressed concern over Singapore’s proposed law against “fake news”, warning it could threaten academic freedom and hurt the city-state’s ambition to become a global education hub.
An eastern Chinese province plans to ban teachers from assigning homework to be completed on cellphone apps as part of efforts to preserve students’ eyesight.
The principal of a prestigious school near St. Petersburg summoned 16-year-old Leonid Shaidurov and 14-year-old Maxim Dautov in for a chat. Then he threatened them with expulsion, a criminal probe and being blacklisted from all Russian universities.
China’s gaming giants Tencent, NetEase miss out on first round of new license approvals by government
Regulator approves 80 titles, the first since March amid a government restructuring.
Building drones could spark an interest in STEM subjects, and lead to a high-flying career.
It’s Wednesday, 2pm sharp in the densely-populated South African township of Ivory Park on the outskirts of Midrand – time for about 60 11-year-olds to duel at their local coding club.
Internet giant Tencent Holdings has teamed up with The Lego Group to launch a new video game next week.
Chinese authorities stopped approving new games starting at the end of March and the hiatus is expected to last for another four to six months.
China will restrict the number of video games and take steps to curb playing time by minors to address growing rates of childhood visual impairment as the government steps up its crackdown on the world's biggest online gaming market.