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Chinese Club

Chinese Club had just started with the aim of offering the students a chance to relax and at the same time, have fun picking up a new language skill and make new friends. Students got a chance to learn all the basic Chinese New year greetings and also share their experience of Chinese New Year in Cambodia.

 

 

Cambodia’s sinking higher education system.

That development Cambodia lagging behind much of the world is not claim but a fact. While there are real signs of progress toward many of the UN’s Millennium Development Goal, which set minimum standards for health and education to be met by 2015, others have been adjusted down. Regardless, the indicators themselves convey the reality that Cambodians are striving for a quality of life that was achieved decades ago by many developed countries, and is now taken for granted by most of the modern world.

Paperless pupils

The fusty aroma of old textbooks may take you back to your school years, but children starting school after 2015 in South Korean are more likely to recall of an overheating tablet computer.

That’s because the education ministry intends to transform schools into paperless digital operations by then, according to Korean news site The Chosun Ilbo.

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