A cheating ring at the University of Iowa demonstrates the damage being done by a booming East Asian industry on the U.S. higher education system. Some students hire companies to write application essays, help them game the SAT, and even do their college coursework. REUTERS/Koh … [Read more...] about How an industry helps Chinese students cheat their way into and through U.S. colleges
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Photo exhibition depicts country's land and people An exhibition featuring 117 photos taken by 14 members by the Viet Nam Association of Photographic Artists are on display at the Museum of Cham Sculpture in Da Nang. The exhibition, titled A Meet of March, depicts the country's … [Read more...] about Art & Entertainment News 17/3
Dr. Grammar says: "What's wrong with these sentences? I often eat two rices at lunch because I get very hungry." EXPLANATION: Nouns can be either countable, uncountable, or both! This means we can either count them (1, 2, 3 etc.) or not. For example: = 4 stars (so star is … [Read more...] about Nouns – Countable or uncountable?
Android phones typically offer either dull specs and an affordable price, or high-performance components and a price tag suitable only for oil barons. With the Nexus 4, Google and LG have smashed that tradition to pieces. It packs in a ferocious quad-core processor, a … [Read more...] about Google Nexus 4 review
Seoul exhibition spotlights China’s illicit island reclamation A photo exhibition on China’s illegal construction of artificial islands in the East Sea was opened at the Kyung Hee University, a renowned school in Seoul of the Republic of Korea (RoK), on November … [Read more...] about Social News 30/11