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Although a recent New York Times article implies that the families of Chinese students are buying their way into U.S. private schools, a new company is increasingly popular for its verification of application information.
A roundup of wine news coming out of China, from rising domestic production and an import slowdown to a new youth-focused soap opera aimed at the country's middle-class and Louis Latour's recent tastings in Shanghai.
n February 13, the USC U.S.-China Institute presents a talk with Alison Friedman to discuss how China is searching for a new globalized contemporary identity through music, dance and theater.
Recently, the National Museum of China in Beijing teamed up with New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art to open the first large-scale exhibition cooperatively put on by the National Museum and the Met since the former re-opened its renovated doors two years ago.