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The China Post
· The Latest: UN says 1 billion students affected by closures →
UNITED NATIONS — The United Nations chief says the coronavirus pandemic has led to the largest disruption of education in history, with schools closed in more than 160 countries in mid-July affecting more than 1 billion students.
The China Post
· India’s residency law in Kashmir amplifies demographic fears →
“We have always been fed lies and deceived by gimmicks of development and democracy by the Indian state,” said Shafat Ahmed Mir, a university student.
· COVID-19 patients to be allowed to take college entrance exam at separate sites →
SEOUL, Aug. 4 (Yonhap) -- South Korean students infected with the novel coronavirus or in self-quarantine can still take the national university entrance exam at separate sites in early December.
· Angels' Shohei Ohtani strains arm; won't throw for 4-6 weeks →
A credit card exclusively for foreigners living in Japan, such as international students and company employees.
The China Post
· Progress slow on virus relief bill as negotiations continue →
McConnell is insistent on a liability shield against lawsuits by workers, students, and others against institutions seeking to remain open during the pandemic, including businesses, universities and charities.
· Remains found at former Gwangju prison likely unrelated to May 18 uprising →
On May 18 that year, the military cracked down on demonstrators, including students, protesting against then President Chun Doo-hwan, who had taken power in a military coup a year earlier.
· Number Fever: The Pepsi Contest That Became a Deadly Fiasco →
A 21-year-old medical student named Jowell Roque won a lower court verdict in Bulacan, north of Manila, ordering Pepsi to pay him more than 1 million pesos.
· Chegg, Inc.'s (CHGG) CEO Dan Rosensweig on Q2 2020 Results - Earnings Call Transcript →
As we continue to navigate the pandemic and the rising social issue, we're grateful that our employees are healthy and our business is stronger than ever and that we have been able to support our employees, our communities and our students through this challenging time.
· Regional property revival as city dwellers head for exits →
Over the same period, the rental vacancy rate in Melbourne's CBD rose to 6.7 per cent from 3.2 per cent as the halt to international travel stopped immigration and a regular flow of tourists and students from overseas.
· Critical test of academic freedom for Australian universities →
Some students and others from China were so enraged by criticism of the Chinese government that they quickly organised an aggressive campaign targeting UNSW's social media channels, calling the article hurtful and saying it should be removed from the UNSW website.