A Communist Youth League project the writer is involved in, sending fresh college grads to the poorest mountain villages to teach elementary school, where the unlicensed teachers were all fired.
The popularity, and importance in China, of free, online U.S. college-course videos (humanities, social sciences, engineering and technology).
A love letter to the university’s British parliamentary debate club, which “promote[s] democracy globally by supporting discussion and active citizenship.”
China’s fast urbanization required importing 600 million tons of iron ore. You got a problem with that? The writer knows a Chinese raw-materials importer; it’s a small family company, not an ‘evil extractor’ or pillager.
A plan to prevent racist violence from erupting when Poland and Ukraine host the 2012 European Football Championship, by a writer who’s a member of FIFA, the sport’s governing body.
How unfair it is that small online merchants are being screwed by unfairly high fees by Taobao, the eBay of China.
That China must spend more money to combat the spread of AIDS in Africa.
(Random selections, what was handy)