About 769 million yuan was given as allowances to help 1.67 million students who come from families with special needs and exceptional difficulties.It's believed that Chinese and a comprehensive test of liberal arts, rather than math, will pose the biggest challenge since questions in math are objective with specific answers, while in the other test subjects there are some subjective questions, such as the reading comprehension and essay-writing.
Shan Jiajiu rubs off scraps of Tuoxin paper from Huaxin with fingers. [A still image from China Central Television]"My great, great grandfather was Zeng Guofan," Watt said.
Kuang Zhiqi, a Beijing resident living near Nanluoguxiang hutong, met Li Jing'ang, a trash collector, amid a small crowd on a street in Beijing in early September. Li was talking to a young woman from Belgium in English. Kuang saw "a little, very plain-looking man in bright orange uniform on the street, with a large garbage truck behind him." He found the scene to be a bit funny, and thought, "Is this man a fraud or something?" It was so surprising to see a street cleaner speaking such good English.By Huang Zhiling (China Daily) Updated: 2015-10-01 07:15
Li Yuanyuan, president of Jilin University, saw the reform in a positive and optimistic way.It is China's first independently organized event to join the World Federation of International Music Competitions (based in Geneva). The other three from China are all initiated by the government or backed by an academy.