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How do you know when a girl likes you? Do you know any of the signs?

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One of the biggest problems in Chinese society is the absence of parents in their kids’ lives. Parents often work elsewhere while the children stay in their hometown with their grandparents.

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A guest from an American university speaks on education equality and fairness.

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A heated debate arises over whether the inequality issue is a school problem or geographical problem.

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A professor from the South China University of Technology speaks on inequal education resources.

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The problem of education inequality in China also extends to students wishing to study abroad.

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Guests discuss inequality between educational opportunities for children in the cities versus villages.

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Inequality in education is often due to unequal opportunities and developmental disparities in different parts of a country.

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Students face discrimination both before entering university and after graduating. Why?

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Professor Lang compares enrollment rates in Henan and Shanghai to illustrate China's problem of education inequality.

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Professor Lang explains why the current system of central government funding to China's top universities is not equal.

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Professor Lang illustrates the case of education inequality using the case of China's 985 and 211 schools as an example.

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What is education equality and how do we achieve it?

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The interview continues and LiuYi shows us how he collects garbage as well as the school garden he has created.

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A 75-year-old retired school teacher collects garbage every day and donates the money to a school for poor children. His charitable deeds have earned him recognition in the local newspaper and several awards. His speaking is difficult to understand, but still an interesting perspective from a different generation.

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Moxi Zishi explains the reason the desire for education is so strong.

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Can those born in the 80's and 90's celebrate Children's Day?

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Open communication is very important to any relationship. Once you open up, the other person can get a better understanding of your side.

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When the youngsters are strong, the country will be strong.

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Our host barely makes it through the night as even the early morning customers start to come in. He expresses his thanks to the boss and the staff and sums up his new understanding of the world of internet cafes in China.

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Our host is getting sleepy as the night continues. He talks to a high schooler who's at the internet cafe very late. The high schooler talks to the host about his family situation and how he comes to the internet cafe to listen to music and get away from it all.

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