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Confucius Institute at the University of Rwanda on Wednesday held performances to celebrate the 70th anniver 上海千花网sary of the founding of the People’s Republic of China and the 10th anniversary of the establishment of the institute. Confucius Institute at the University of Rwanda, is established in 2009 under the par上海千花网 tnership between China’s Chongqing Normal University and the University of Rwanda. 上海千花网品茶微信Over 300 people from China and Rwanda watched the performances held at the University of Rwanda campus in Rwanda’s capital city of Kigali. Rwandan students from GSOB Secondary School in southern province kicked off the show wi上海千花网 th a chorus in Chinese, followed byRead More →

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A recent surv上海千花网女神会所ey shows that more than 61 percent of Chinese young people oppose arranged marriage, expecting their parents to only give suggestions when finding a spouse. The survey, released by China Youth Daily Thursday, found that the most unacceptable parental inte rference among young Chinese is parents attending a blind date in place of their children, making up to 45 percent. The second most offensive interference was parents joining their child on a blind date, accounting for 25.1 percent of those surveyed. “I don’t like that parents control the whole process of my marriage as well as the bli nd dates,” said Lin Peng,Read More →

 Xiao Xing, a professor of accountancy at Tsinghua Unive rsi上海千花网品茶微信ty’s School of Economics and Management, who taught one of Yang’s online classes. She invited him to a group event at Tsinghua, and sent him an autographed book bearing the inscription, “Kn owledge puts wings on dreams.” Yang was delighted, “Given my condition, visiting Tsinghua was a dream come true.” Although his health is unstable, he still logs on to XuetangX to learn new things whenever he can. “The interface now is much more user friendly and the platform recommends classes tailored to my p rogress and needs,” he said. “Although I am not enrolled atRead More →