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Road quiz : what are your continents longest roads (designed as including all of railroad or car-road, pipes for energy, water, sanitaion; tech cables)- do your peoples have access to the great roads

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Saturday, September 3, 2022 China adds 1.48 million full time teachers in 10 years

The Chinese national flag is seen in Beijing, China April 29, 2020.—Reuters
The Chinese national flag is seen in Beijing, China April 29, 2020.—Reuters

  • China brings total number of teachers to 10.57 million.
  • China now has 158 million students in 207,000 schools for nine-year compulsory education.
  • Over decade, all-level governments have invested more than 149 billion US dollars to close gap between urban and rural school conditions.

BEIJING: China has recruited 1.48 million more full-time teachers for the country's compulsory education over the past ten years, bringing the total number of such teachers to 10.57 million, statistics released by the Ministry of Education showed Tuesday.

China now has 158 million students in 207,000 schools for the nine-year compulsory education.

The compulsory-education retention rate reached 95.4%, up from 91.8% in 2012. China's nine-year compulsory education includes six years of primary school and three years of junior secondary school, with free tuition.

Over the period between 2012 and 2021, China's compulsory education has achieved a balanced development at the county level based on full coverage, said Lyu Yugang, an official with the ministry, at a press conference.

Lyu added that all students that dropped out due to financial reasons were identified and helped back to school timeously.

The country has also focused on equal education rights for children with disabilities.

In 2021, about 920,000 students were studying in the country's special education institutions, up 142.8% from ten years earlier.

A nutrition improvement program for rural students benefited 37 million children each year, helping the rate of relevant students passing the physical health tests increase from 70.3% in 2012 to 86.7% last year.

Over the decade, all-level governments have invested more than 1 trillion yuan (more than 149 billion US dollars) to close the gap between urban and rural school conditions and ensure all compulsory education schools have internet access.

Tuesday, May 24, 2022


Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi will visit eight countries in the Pacific. A Davos photo used by a U.S. Congressman to criticize China didn’t show anyone Chinese. Plus, Tencent fires swathes of people from its gaming and fintech departments. If you haven’t already, click here to sign up for this briefing.

By Kevin Guo


Funds /

In Depth: China’s plan to overhaul its $3.7 trillion mutual fund industry

China’s securities regulator is plowing ahead with plans to shake up the country’s vast 25 trillion yuan ($3.7 trillion) mutual fund management business, reshaping industry incentives and throwing the doors wider for more companies to get into the sector.

Piggybacking on the growth of the country’s middle class, China’s mutual fund market has expanded rapidly. As of March, 152 licensed companies managed 9,669 mutual funds with 25.1 trillion yuan of assets under management, almost double the amount three years earlier, data from the Asset Management Association of China show.

Davos /

Exclusive: Davos photo used by U.S. Congressman to criticize China didn’t show anyone Chinese

The individuals in a photo criticized by a U.S. Congressman for not standing up during an ovation for the Ukrainian president’s speech at the World Economic Forum (WEF) were not Chinese, but Vietnamese, Caixin learned.

In a livestreamed interview with CNN, Congressman Michael McCaul referred to the photo to accuse the Chinese delegation of walking out of the room while others applauded Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy’s virtual speech at the opening of the WEF annual meeting late Monday morning in Davos, Switzerland.

  • Exclusive: China’s climate envoy meets with IEA chief in Davos


A tax officer explains the tax reduction policy in Qujing, Yunnan Province, May 18, 2022.

Tax /

China pours on billions of dollars more in tax relief

China will increase tax relief to businesses and subsidies to grain farmers, postpone social security payments, and extend loan repayments by small companies and consumers as part of the government’s latest push to offset the impact of Covid lockdowns on the economy.

Beijing will offer more than 140 billion yuan ($21.1 billion) of additional tax relief to businesses, increasing the total of tax refunds and tax cuts this year to 2.64 trillion yuan ($394.1 billion), state broadcaster CCTV reported Sunday, citing a State Council meeting chaired by Premier Li Keqiang.

South Pacific /

China’s foreign minister to visit South Pacific island nations after security pact with Solomon Islands

Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi will visit eight countries in the Pacific starting this week as Beijing seeks to boost security ties in the region.

Wang’s trip will last from Thursday to June 4, during which he plans to visit the Solomon Islands, Kiribati, Samoa, Fiji, Tonga, Vanuatu, Papua New Guinea and East Timor, according to a ministry statement (link in Chinese).

Covid-19 /

Beijing vows to stamp out Covid, transfers nearly 2,000 people to neighboring city for isolation

Chinese Vice Premier Sun Chunlan urged authorities in Beijing to take more “thorough” measures to stop the spread of Covid-19 in the community, moving faster to transfer and isolate infected people and their close contacts as an outbreak has dragged on for a month.

She also reiterated the country’s adherence to the “zero-Covid” policy Monday when she visited some places in the capital that recently reported clusters of infections, state media reported. The places included several in Haidian district, home to some of China’s top universities.

Quick hits /


Tencent's office in Beijing on April 3. Photo: VCG

Tencent /

Tencent fires gaming, fintech staff in wake of miserable first quarter

Tencent Holdings Ltd. is firing swathes of people from its gaming and fintech departments, continuing massive layoffs that started in March, as the tech titan reports weak performance amid a regulatory crackdown and the Covid-19 pandemic.

The Shenzhen-headquartered giant is ditching employees at its Interactive Entertainment Group (IEG), which includes the lucrative gaming department, Caixin learned.

Job cuts /

Q&A site Zhihu fires up to 30% of staff, sources say

Chinese online Q&A platform Zhihu Inc. sacked as much as 30% of its workforce, including many in senior roles, Caixin learned.

The mass firing comes after the Quora-like website failed to break even after a decade in the red.

Employees estimated that between 20% and 30% of Zhihu’s workforce was cut in the latest round, with reductions to departments in IT, commercialization, education and community operation.

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Tuesday, March 22, 2022


March 22nd, 2022

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CCG Book Launch Welcomes 20 Ambassadors to China

On March 15th, CCG held the launch of its latest publication China and the World in a Changing Context: Perspectives from Ambassadors to China, welcoming ambassadors from over 20 countries to witness the launch and participate in an Ambassadors Roundtable to further the discussion begun in the book.

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Part of CCG's "China and Globalization" series, published in conjunction with with Springer Nature, this open access book presents China and a changing globalized world from the perspective of 23 ambassadors to China on topics including ranging from economic growth to foreign policy and SDG-related themes.

Ambassadors in China are de facto bridges between the Middle Kingdom and the outside world, sharing their first-hand experiences while in country and helping their home governments make sense of the China puzzle, working to make sure everyone makes the most of China's future. China and the World in a Changing Context has worked hard to create a balanced global perspective by gathering the views of ambassadors from both North and South countries that represent developing and developed economies.

Dr. Mabel Lu Miao, Secretary-general of CCG and co-editor of the series, gave welcoming remarks. Representing the book's publisher, Mr. William Achauer, Editorial Director for Business, Economics, Political Sciences and Law at Springer Nature, also gave his own remarks on the book and its meaning for Springer Nature. The official launch of the book was then conducted by Dr. Wang Huiyao, CCG President and series co-editor, followed by his insights drawn from China's recent "Two Sessions". This culminated in a roundtable that included ambassadors who contributed to and supported work on China and the World in a Changing Context.

Aside from sharing commentaries on the book, the event also served as an open platform for foreign envoys to share views among themselves and with the wider community in what has become an increasingly limited stage for exchange on recent shifts and changes in the international context. Topics of discussion touched upon globalization, bilateral relations between China and other countries, the Russia-Ukraine conflict and its implications for different countries, the pandemic and resulting issues of mobility, South-South cooperation, and multilateral international cooperation in global health, trade and investment, agriculture, and climate change.

List of roundtable participants (in country order):

H.E. Rahamtalla Mohamed Osman, Permanent Representative of the African Union to China
H.E. Nicolas Chapuis, European Union Ambassador to China
H.E. Paulo Estivallet de Mesquita, Ambassador of Brazil to China
H.E. ZHAN Yongxin, President of China National Committee for Pacific Economic Cooperation (CNCPEC)
Mr. GOU Haodong, CCG Senior Fellow; former Deputy Representative of the Chinese Mission to the African Union
H.E. Luis Diego Monsalve, Ambassador of Colombia to China
H.E. Carlos Miguel Pereira Hernández, Ambassador of Cuba to China
H.E. Mohamed Elbadri, Ambassador of Egypt to China
H.E. Teshome Toga Chanaka, Ambassador of Ethiopia to China
H.E. Leena-Kaisa Mikkola, Ambassador of Finland to China
H.E. Laurent Bili, Ambassador of France to China
H.E. Archil Kalandia, Ambassador of Georgia to China
H.E. Raja Dato' Nushirwan Z.A., Ambassador of Malaysia to China
H.E. Jesús Seade Kuri, Ambassador of Mexico to China
H.E. Signe Brudeset, Ambassador of Norway to China
H.E. José Augusto Duarte, Ambassador of Portugal to China
H.E. Basil Constantinescu, Ambassador of Romania to China
H.E. James Kimonyo, Ambassador of Rwanda to China
H.E. Alenka Suhadolnik, Ambassador of Slovenia to China
H.E. Rafael Dezcallar de Mazarredo, Ambassador of Spain to China
H.E. Bernardino Regazzoni, Ambassador of Switzerland to China

List of observers (in alphabetical order):

Mr. Mustapha Abid, Chargé d'Affaires a.i., Embassy of Tunisia to China
Mr. Amr Abuahmed, First Secretary, Embassy of Egypt to China
Mr. Kosmachev Alexey, Second secretary, Embassy of the Russian Federation
Mr. Andrea Anastasi, Counsellor & Deputy Head Political Section, Embassy of Switzerland to China
Mr. Ruben Beltran, Head of International Cooperation, Embassy of Mexico to China
Mr. João Martins de Carvalho, Deputy Head of Mission, Embassy of Portugal to China
Mr. Mazen Flaifl, Counsellor, Embassy of Egypt to China
Mr. Fuji Taro, Counselor, Embassy of Japan to China
Mr. Óscar Gasca, Counsellor, Embassy of Colombia to China
Ms. Mari Korhonen, Commercial Counsellor, Embassy of Finland
Ms Aire KORK, First Secretary, Political Section, Delegation of EU to China
Mrs. Natthira Krasaesarn, Minister-Counsellor, Embassy of Thailand to China
Ms. Henriette Kristensen, Counselor, Embassy of Denmark
Mr. Thomas Langelaar, Delegation of EU to China
Dr. Leana Li, Regional Director, China, Springer Nature
Mr. LUO Cheng, Director of Secretariat, China National Committee for Pacific Economic Cooperation (CNCPEC)
Mr. Hasan Mammadov, Third Secretary, Embassy of Azerbaijan to China
Mr. Garrett McDonald, Agricultural Attaché, Office of Ag. Affairs, U.S. Embassy to China
Mr. Celso de Tarso Pereira, Minister Counsellor, Embassy of Brazil to China
Mr. David Pipinashvili, Minister Counsellor, Ambassador of Georgia to China
MR. Riaz Abdul Razak, Counsellor, Embassy of Malaysia to China
Ms. Sara Rezoagli, First Counsellor, Embassy of Italy to China
Ms. SUN Juan, Deputy-Director, Department of European Affairs, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of PRC
Mr. SUN Mingxi, Counselor of Department of European Affairs, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of PRC
Dr. Miraji Ukuti Ussi, Minister Plenipotentiary, Embassy of Tanzania to China


Series Editors: Huiyao Wang Lu Miao
Publisher: Springer Nature Publishing Group

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Two well-known scholars, Dr. Wang Huiyao and Dr. Miao Lu, founded the CCG in 2008. Today near 100 in-house researchers and staff serve this thinking hub with subsidiaries and divisions spanning across China including Shanghai, Shenzhen, Guangzhou, Qingdao and Hong Kong.

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