As the Covid-19 pandemic continues and anti-globalization sentiments increase worldwide, many Chinese students are reconsidering their plans to study abroad. But will this shift lead to a long-lasting decline in overseas enrollment?
Temporary school closures and quarantines during the Covid-19 outbreak have come as a boon to online education, which may soon fade if the still-developing industry fails to meet expectations
The Covid-19 outbreak was the catalyst that pushed telecommuting into the mainstream, but technology and office-oriented biases are yet to catch up
Despite rapid expansion, China’s ICU wards are falling short of demand. The prescribed solution, however, will take more than extra beds
China has unveiled major economic policies, including large tax cut packages, that pundits say have both short- and long-term considerations
Famed economist argues that over-reliance on investment to stabilize growth is nothing but a temporary relief measure that will lead to disaster