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It has been two years since China formally initiated the Lancang-Mekong Cooperation Mechanism. Will it improve multilateral cooperation and ease tensions over development projects as intended?

Restoration of artifacts and preservation of cultural heritage is an interdisciplinary subject and should be treated seriously, says a researcher

Incentives needed for ER doctors, who work under high pressure, yet have lower salaries and lack career opportunities, says top doctor

Some kindergartens charge more than colleges, so it may be time for tuition fees to rise, argues professor

Ann Lee discusses the current Sino-US trade friction

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The 12th Standing Committee of the National People’s Congress (NPC), China’s highest legislative body, held its last meeting on January 30, during which the delegates present passed a resolution to submit a draft Constitutional amendment to the new NPC, whose delegates have been elected and are scheduled to hold their first meeting on March 5, 2018.

New demographic data suggests China’s aging population crisis will come sooner and hit harder than predicted


A spate of sexual harassment cases on Chinese campuses has generated a huge public outcry to ‘put the power of supervisors in a cage’

To lighten medical burdens and rein in unnecessary treatment, a number of provincial governments in China have performed radical surgery on the system itself – putting a limit on public hospital spending on medical consumables that prevents doctors from even performing operations


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