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Online class debate rages in China over high-achieving ‘left-behind child’ who chooses to study archaeology at university
Online critics say Zhong Fangrong should ignore her dreams and instead choose a more lucrative field to help her climb the social ladder. Daughter of migrant workers was inspired by esteemed Chinese archaeologist Fan Jinshi who has, in turn, encouraged the young student.
Ventilation is perhaps the most underappreciated challenge of reopening during the Covid-19 pandemic. As people increasingly return to indoor spaces such as office buildings, airports, schools and restaurants, they’ll need plenty of outside air, so they won’t walk into a cloud of coronavirus spray. But how can they trust building managers to ensure it’s safe to breathe?
While figures on the number of people swindled are not available, victims of ticket scam have lit up Chinese social media during the pandemic, commiserating online about the loss of money and the reluctance of police to investigate cases.
Social media has become a new and dangerous battleground for women’s rights in Egypt after young TikTok influencers were jailed while a resurgent #MeToo movement decried male sexual violence.
Children and teenagers in Germany spent 75% more time playing digital games during the coronavirus crisis than usual, a joint study by a German health insurance company and researchers from the University Medical Centre Hamburg-Eppendorf has shown.
The startup scene in France has the same problem that plagues the industry everywhere – too little diversity. Trouble is, in France you can’t measure it.
A Black girl overheard classmates say her suburban school was becoming “ghetto” because more students who look like her had enrolled. Asian students were mocked in the cafeteria for their ethnic meals and the shape of their eyes.
India is the world's second-biggest smartphone market after China, and nearly half of the country's almost one billion mobile users already have a phone with Internet access.
As the Covid-19 pandemic rages across the United States, many schools are making permanent plans to conduct classes virtually this fall.
In India, a country where the gaps in access to education and the Internet were already vast, poor families are struggling to stay the course.