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Nine in 10 grads rate their b-school degree a good to outstanding value
June 25, 2015
Early Job Offers for Full-Time Two-Year MBA Grads at Three-Year High
Chinese art students should take more risks, says professor at university that helped form Alexander McQueen and Jimmy Choo
October 8, 2015
Art students from mainland China have a reputation for hard work and skilful techniques, but should have more confidence and take more risks, says
Impact investing in future leaders
October 8, 2015
“Soaring inequality isn’t about education, it’s about power.” Paul Krugman, Economics Nobel Laureate With nearly half of the global wealth in the...
Hong Kong students get a taste of dire world of the poor and displaced
October 6, 2015
Taste of life as refugees and slum dwellers proves to be a moving experience for local teens. When Ananya Jain and her schoolmates visited Crossroads...
To improve language standards in Hong Kong, get native English teachers to train local staff
October 6, 2015
Kelly Yang says whether we allow NETs to harness their creativity to help local educators or expand the current programme while raising local...
Why Hong Kong secondary classrooms need designing for active learning
October 6, 2015
Many secondary schools are moving away from rows of single desks. My daughter starts secondary school next year. At her primary school the children...
Stairway to the top and beyond
October 6, 2015
No doubt a common aspiration among salary men is climbing the corporate ladder. For those who consciously set their mind on getting to the top, how...
CUHK Hosts White Coat Inauguration Ceremony for the Second Year Reminding Medical Freshmen to be Humble and Caring
October 6, 2015
In the White Coat Inauguration Ceremony for Medical Freshmen of The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) held, white coats were solemnly conferred...
In memoriam: John Nash's contributions to game theory
October 5, 2015
The IGM Economic Experts Panel this week remembers John F. Nash Jr., Nobel Laureate and famed mathematician, for his revolutionary work in the field...
Let's admit it, Hong Kong's English standards will never rise
October 5, 2015
Michael Chugani says despite all the angst, extra lessons and pressure on children, Hong Kong should realise we're on a hiding to nothing by trying...
Learning from 18 to 80: Hong Kong's adult education boom
October 5, 2015
From professionals upgrading their skills, to working adults seeking intellectual fulfilment, retirees attending tertiary classes, and home learners...