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Author Lenora Chu on the pros and cons of China’s “military-like”...

In 2010, Chinese-American journalist Lenora Chu moved with her family to Shanghai where students regularly have some of the top math and reading test...

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Google’s AI technology is taking on a team of the world’s top Go players...

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US and China face deep trade, IP differences in today’s high-level talks

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