Tom Byer is tasked with implementing a total sea-change in the way the country of over a billion people perceives and coaches the sport. As the Chinese Super League...
Foreign operators will be limited to running kindergartens and upper secondary schools, Shanghai’s education commission said. China Maple Leaf Educational Systems...
Thinking about how you would like to be remembered can be a catalyst for radical change. It’s said that Alfred Nobel made the decision to establish his famous prize after his brother died in France and a French newspaper, mistakenly believing it was him, published the epitaph: “The Merchant of Death Is Dead.”
New Hong Kong Startup Council launches programme where companies are shown the ropes by industry experts, and stand a chance to win a grant,
Director, producer, and screenwriter Ang Lee’s latest film “Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk” made its recent private debut at The New York Film Festival (national release in November).
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