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Is blended e-learning the future of MBA teaching?
Recently, debates concerning teaching have centred on two key questions – what and how. While these fundamental questions have been prominent throughout educational discussion for decades, the fast-...
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2015 ESF MasterChef finals' offered flavours from all over the globe
Junior reporters Snehaa Senthamilselvan Easwari and Tinaz Mirza went for a taste of the culinary talents of tomorrow …
It’s a lonely road to success, says founder of Renrendai, China’s leading P2P lender
Life in investment banking just wouldn’t have been challenging enough, says Yang Yifu  
Are You Sure You Want to Go Public?
Many family owners are tempted to float their company on the stock exchange, lured by the idea of raising significant amounts of cash. But going public is not always what it’s cracked up to be.
Lego builds on strong success in China as playful children discover their creative side
Sales of Danish company’s toys surge more than 50 per cent in two years as mainland parents recognise that playing with interlocking plastic bricks boosts inventiveness. 
Canadian International School students, alumni call for apology, investigation in letter-writing campaign
Students and alumni of the city’s troubled Canadian International School have called for a public apology from the school’s management over the recent dismissal of nine teachers...
Cornerstone Investment: A Fast-growing Trend
To facilitate the completion of IPOs, more and more companies looking to list on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange are turning to cornerstone investors.
Hong Kong’s ‘objective’ student evaluations are a blight that need to be removed
Philip Yeung says the Territory-wide System Assessment, created by bureaucrats for bureaucrats, merely adds to the unnecessary pressure in the classroom and should be axed.
Japanese publisher recalls 10,000 textbooks after student finds girl in illustration with three arms
A Japanese publisher recalled 10,000 textbooks for elementary pupils after an eagle-eyed student noticed a girl in one of the illustrations had three arms. Sanseido KK...