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THE largest vaccination campaign in world history has begun in earnest. Close to 500 million Covid-19 shots have been administered since last December in 133 countries, according to Bloomberg's global tracker.
Chinese students looking abroad confident about coronavirus pandemic, but keeping an eye on geopolitics
Britain remains the favoured destination for students surveyed about their overseas study plans, followed by the US, Australia and CanadaThe pandemic and policies targeting Chinese students are among concerns but parents don’t appear worried about protests in Hong Kong, consultant says
The Post was unable to verify whether sensitive political discussions on Clubhouse led to the disconnection of the app in ChinaThe app’s global popularity meant that Chinese on the mainland and overseas were able to join chat groups with other nationalities
Hong Kong BN(O): Beijing blasts Britain as application process begins; families torn between moving together or leaving one parent behind to make money
As the scheme kicked off on Sunday, some families were deciding whether to head to Britain together or have one adult remain to continue earning moneySome are worried about breaking up the household, but finding a job after arriving is far from certain
BEIJING, Dec. 22 (Xinhua) -- China's education sector made progress in going international during the 13th Five-Year Plan period (2016-2020), the Ministry of Education (MOE) said at a press conference on Tuesday.
It also cuts interest rates to quicken pace of recovery
SINGAPORE, Nov 2 (The Straits Times/ANN): When business magazine Fortune ranked Temasek Holdings chief executive Ho Ching the 20th most powerful woman outside the United States earlier this month, some news reports said she is the only Singaporean to make it onto the list.
NEW DELHI (Bloomberg): India's universities have produced chief executive officers at companies from Microsoft to Google -- now Prime Minister Narendra Modi thinks they can be even better with competition from global names like Yale, Oxford and Stanford.
EVEN if you could study overseas, the question is… would you really want to right now?