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The Tech Cube is an open-planned facility for TAS’ STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics) program.
Taiwan’s Tech Cube Ready for Construction

Guangzhou Province is home to a large population of elderly Chinese, making the demand for senior care services high.
France’s Colisee Group Joins China’s Elderly Care Industry

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US Travel Visas Denied to a Tibetan Women’s Soccer Team

In 2016 alone, Chinese firms bought an array of US companies, technology, and property estimated to be worth around $45.6 billion.
China Goes on a US Buying Spree But Avoids Hollywood Firms

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Completed in 2012, Suzhou’s Tower Bridge has twice the number of towers than the original. At night, the replica is bathed in hues of blue and yellow.
Copycat Architecture in China Continues to Draw Flak

The skyrocketing price of houses has failed to discourage potential buyers, as parents continue to buy extremely expensive houses in order to get their children to top schools.
Property Bubble in Beijing’s School Districts Becoming a Trend

As a country with a large economic output, China is poised to shine brighter on the world stage.
China Keen to Take Global Economic Leadership Role

Political education is a key part of government policy, and it is quite rare for a government body to admit difficulties in enforcing such laws.
Returning Chinese from Abroad Driven by Legal Barriers, Other Opportunities

Known for his simple designs and innovations on textile and texture, Chen started out as a student at the esteemed Central Saint Martins in London.
Chinese Fashion Designer Makes Waves in Milan Spring Fashion Week

Chinese authorities have decided to tear down 3,225 homes at Larung Gar by April 30.
China Receives Backlash from Human Rights Experts over Tibetan Expulsion

Held annually since 2004, the JCBC has, over the years, continued to forge strategic partnerships and projects between China and Singapore.
China-Singapore Bilateral Ties Forward-Looking According to DPM

China will host the exhibition titled “Eureka. Science, Art and Technology of the Ancient Greeks” from Oct. 2017 to March 2018.
Two Science and Technology Exhibitions Showcase the Best of Ancient Greece and China

Ever since DPP party member Tsai Ing-wen, who currently acts as Taiwan’s president, refused to acknowledge the 1992 Consensus, relations between China and Taiwan have been far from warm.
February 28 Massacre Holiday Criticized by Beijing

China is bent on outperforming other nations, joint cooperative efforts, and even private and American-led multinational ventures.
China Lunar Exploration Program Aims to Unlock Space’s Potential

The past four years have seen the number of Chinese visitors double to an estimated 230,000 in 2016, according to the Greater Boston Convention and Visitors Bureau.
Tourism Officials Reach Out to Double Chinese Tourism in Boston

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