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  • Chinese scholarly journals: steps to engage the world
    Chinese scholarly journals: steps to engage the …
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    From the inception of academic publication in China, scholarly journals have filled the three-pronged role of disseminating, gathering, and producing knowledge. They serve not on…

  • Sidestepping America’s ‘fiscal Cliff’ depends on bipartisan agreement
    Sidestepping America’s ‘fiscal Cliff’ depends…
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    U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke (R) testifies on the semiannual monetary policy report before the House Financial Services Committee on Capitol Hill in Washington D.…

  • Australia’s mining boom: “resource curse” or resource blessing
    Australia’s mining boom: “resource curse” or …
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    Louise Sochacki, resource geologist for Phoenix Gold Ltd., views a milling facility as bags of soil samples are laid out nearby at the company's Castle Hill gold project, west …

  • Wane in the popularity of Chinese language and literature no cause for concern
    Wane in the popularity of Chinese language and l…
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    A textbook for Chinese Literature After the surging number of applicants to departments of Chinese language and literature in the 1980s, fewer and fewer college students …

  • Promoting migrant workers'urban integration
    Promoting migrant workers'urban integration
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    Chinese cities witness a steady influx of migrant workers For nearly three decades, Chinese cities have seen a steady influx of migrant workers. Gradually, recent arrivals …

  • Core values of journalism are still needed in the digital era
    Core values of journalism are still needed in th…
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    Newsweek chooses all digital vesion for surving in the new age of Internet. Newsweek, one of the most famous internationally magazine, announced to cease publishing a print ed…