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    2017-November-22  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

Students studying in US

China remained the overseas country with most students in U.S. universities in 2016-2017 academic year, according to the U.S. Consulate General in Shanghai.

A total of 350,755 Chinese students were enrolled at U.S. institutions of higher education in the academic year, up 6.8 percent, retaining China’s top slot* for eight years in a row, it said during a press conference on November 14. Chinese students made up 32.5 percent of all international students in the United States. Of them, 142,851 were undergraduates, a 5.3 percent increase. The number of Chinese graduate students increased by 4.1 percent.

Transcontinental project

The Chinese section of a transcontinental* expressway project set to link western China with Europe has opened to traffic.

A key part of the project, a 10-km section of road in the border city of Horgos in Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, which connects a quarantine* area with the Lianyungang-Horgos expressway, came into use on Saturday, marking the across-the-board opening of the expressway in China. The project, with a total length of 8,445 km, links Lianyungang City in East China’s Jiangsu Province to St. Petersburg in Russia.

Suspect detained

The person in charge of a Shanghai day care center where staff were caught on camera allegedly abusing toddlers has been detained, police said on November 15.

The suspect, surnamed Zheng, was detained on November 13 after three staff members from the Ctrip center’s management were detained, according to Shanghai police.

Economic corridor

China has proposed building an economic corridor with Myanmar to further enhance bilateral pragmatic* cooperation, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi said on Sunday.

The economic corridor will start in the north from China’s Yunnan Province, go down south to the central Myanmar city of Mandalay, and further extend east to the new city of Yangon and west to the Kyaukpyu special economic zone, forming a three-pillar giant cooperation pattern, he explained. (SD-Agencies)

 

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