Tags: Китай

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Не понял. Сергей Гуриев в интервью Елизавете Осетинской сказал, что Китай обошел США по общему объему ВВП. Назвал цифры: $23 трлн у Китая против $19 трлн США. Полез в статистику. Какие-то совсем другие цифры: у США $21 трлн, у Китая - $15 с чем-то. Откуда ошибка? Где Гуриев взял свои цифры?

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Трамп-пам-пам бурление делает жизнь прекрасно интересной. Следуя тренду и надевая на себя колпак нужной раскраски, готов подарить миру блестящую конспирологическую идею. Многочисленные трамписты  (трампоны, трампоиды???) очевидно придерживаются версии всеобщего заговора американской прессы против избранного президента, и я даю им возможность подвести мощный базис под их версию. Как известно, Трамп высказывает намерение противодействовать китайскому влиянию в мире и ослабить китайскую мощь. Озабоченность китайских товарищей вполне могла вылиться в создание, а главное, мощное финансирование антитрамповский компании. Таким образом и возник тот самый заговор. Как известно у Китая денег очень много. Больше всех.

 

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Not only from the Internet, but from foreign news sources as well as the
internal documents of the regime itself—its ‘crisis reports’—we know
that more and more major conflicts, often involving violence and
bloodshed, have been breaking out between citizens and officials all
across China. The country rests at the brink of a volcano.




http://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/2011/09/arab-spring-chinese-winter/8601/1/
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Добрый вечер, тетя Хая, ай-яй-яй!

December 7, 2010

Top Test Scores From Shanghai Stun Educators

With China’s debut in international standardized testing, students in Shanghai have surprised experts by outscoring their counterparts in dozens of other countries, in reading as well as in math and science, according to the results of a respected exam.

American officials and Europeans involved in administering the test in about 65 countries acknowledged that the scores from Shanghai — an industrial powerhouse with some 20 million residents and scores of modern universities that is a magnet for the best students in the country — are by no means representative of all of China.

About 5,100 15-year-olds in Shanghai were chosen as a representative cross-section of students in that city. In the United States, a similar number of students from across the country were selected as a representative sample for the test.

Experts noted the obvious difficulty of using a standardized test to compare countries and cities of vastly different sizes. Even so, they said the stellar academic performance of students in Shanghai was noteworthy, and another sign of China’s rapid modernization.

The results also appeared to reflect the culture of education there, including greater emphasis on teacher training and more time spent on studying rather than extracurricular activities like sports.

“Wow, I’m kind of stunned, I’m thinking Sputnik,” said Chester E. Finn Jr., who served in President Ronald Reagan’s Department of Education, referring to the groundbreaking Soviet satellite launching. Mr. Finn, who has visited schools all across China, said, “I’ve seen how relentless the Chinese are at accomplishing goals, and if they can do this in Shanghai in 2009, they can do it in 10 cities in 2019, and in 50 cities by 2029.”

http://www.nytimes.com/2010/12/07/education/07education.html?_r=2&ref=todayspaper&pagewanted=print