The enactment of the law to protect China's intangible cultural heritage and announcement to observe June 11 as Cultural Heritage Day beg a question: What about the country's tangible assets, some of which have fallen into the hands of local developers?
The audience wants to enjoy a good film. If we can't make one, there's no reason to hate our foreign counterparts who can.
A college diploma no longer carries the weight that it used to and does not fetch a good enough salary to live comfortably in a big city.
The university ranking system greatly influences students and their lives, and that is the precise reason why it exists.
The large membership of CPC is very democratic and indeed its constancy of participation of large members is more democratic than a democratic system in the West.
Higher education is becoming less attractive because many people think university education is no longer a good "investment".
Some prestigious Chinese universities have signaled they will reduce the size of their freshman classes. How do people feel about such downsizing? Some readers of China Daily mobile news share their views.
Honesty, legitimacy and transparency are traits that all members of charity should possess otherwise people are bound to challenge their activities. The Shanghai Luwan Red Cross dinner scandal is a case in point.
The problem is that the education system is obsessed with tests, which gives students who study by rote a way to become "high achievers".
I read the article "US public prefers parochial view of world" with great interest, but I disagree with some of the thoughts expressed in it.
Capitalism is about to come to the end because it is a system which is built on aggressive use of resources to fulfill the unlimited desire of human kind.
Basically, the weakest part of the Chinese economy is its social foundation.