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ITE, PSA ink tie-up on port studies

Signed an agreement worth more than $2 million to give students a deeper understanding of container port operations and technology.

A tribute to an education pioneer

A book tracing the life and times of a pioneer in private education here, Mr Elias Pereira, was launched last Friday.

Symposium to offer tips on mother tongue language learning for children

Registration is open for sharing sessions and workshops at the Mother Tongue Languages Symposium to be held on Aug 23.

China students faking grades for overseas study

Many Chinese students are fueling an industry of fraudulent US university applications.

5 more universities in China set up human rights centers

The centers were established following the inclusion of the phrase "the State respects and protects human rights" in China's Constitution in 2004.