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Article ID: 520884

China Expert Reflects On Economic, Political And Cultural Changes

University of New Hampshire

Nearly two decades ago a lone student stood in front of a column of tanks in Tiananmen Square in defiance to China's military crackdown of pro-democracy protestors on June 4, 1989. According to a China expert at the University of New Hampshire, in some ways, the China today is a much different country, but in other ways, not much has changed since the massacre that left an estimated 800 people dead.

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30-May-2006 9:00 AM EDT
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Social and Behavioral Sciences

Article ID: 519961

Conference Will Explore Impact of Commercial Media and Internet of Life in China

University of California San Diego

"Changing Media, Changing China" is the title of a workshop to be held at the University of California, San Diego, May 5-6, to explore how the commercialization of media and the emergence of the Internet are affecting economic, social and political life in China.

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25-Apr-2006 2:00 PM EDT
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Education

Article ID: 519851

Babson College/Nankai University Host Entrepreneurship Programs in China

Babson College

Hundreds of academics, businesspersons, and government officials attended the initial BabsonCollege/Nankai University entrepreneurship programs in China.

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21-Apr-2006 11:00 AM EDT
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Article ID: 517097

The Real Problem in Rural China

Sarah Lawrence College

There is an emerging pattern of rural unrest that challenges the very legitimacy of the Chinese state and the development path on which it has embarked," says Joshua Muldavin, Henry R. Luce Professor of East Asian Culture/Human Geography at Sarah Lawrence College (Bronxville, NY).

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4-Jan-2006 4:30 PM EST
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Article ID: 516521

Trade Imbalance Shifts U.S. Carbon Emissions to China, Boosts Global Total

National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR)

The growth of Chinese imports in the U.S. economy boosted the total emissions of carbon dioxide from the two countries by over 700 million metric tons between 1997 and 2003, according to an analysis.

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1-Dec-2005 8:00 PM EST
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