By Stefan Miceta The Argus In light of the ongoing territorial dispute between islands in the East China Sea, PRC naval forces have tested the already strained tensions between China and Japan by using weapon systems radar to target a Japanese warship. The radar, which was locked on and ready to fire weapons immediately, was [...]
Against a backdrop of intensifying conflict in Syria, Russia and China officially endorsed former United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan’s peace plan last week. Annan has been appointed by both the United Nations and the Arab League to the office of special envoy to Syria. Annan had been tasked with helping to draft a plan for the resolution of hostilities between the government and opposition forces.
China’s Ministry of Education announced last week that it’s planning on phasing out majors at its universities that produce unemployable graduates. Unemployable, in the Ministry’s definition, is any major in which less than 60 per cent of graduates find work in two years.