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  • China establishes online education professional committee to regulate management

    The Cyberspace Administration of China and the China Federation of Internet Societies (CFIS) established on Tuesday an online education professional committee in a bid to strengthen industry self-discipline and regulate market management.


  • China's Tsinghua University opens online courses to students abroad

    China's prestigious Tsinghua University has provided a select group of foreign universities with access to 17 educational courses using platforms for massive open online course (MOOC) technology.


  • China's online education ushers in golden dev. period, upgrading and reform necessary in post-epidemic era

    Affected by the COVID-19 epidemic at the beginning of this year, China's Ministry of Education has encouraged schools to provide internet lessons to keep millions of students occupied in light of the suspension of classes. Online education has been quickly proliferating across the nation and ushered in a golden development period. However, under the post-epidemic period, it is necessary for online education to upgrade and reform in a bid to achieve a sustained development.


  • China's online education sector on fast track of development

    China's online education sector is running on a fast track of development as offline education has accelerated its transfer to online education under the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.


  • China's online education market expected to hit RMB150 bln

    China's online education market is likely to hit 150 billion yuan driven by increasing demands and favorable policies, reported China Securities Journal Tuesday quoting insiders.


  • China's Optics Valley in Wuhan to become highland for Internet + education industry

    Optics Valley, a high-tech development zone in Wuhan city of central China's Hubei province, is expected to become the second highland for Internet + education industry in China, only after Beijing, according to policies on promoting Internet + education industry released last Sunday by authority of the high-tech development zone.


  • Netease Youdao Q1 net RMB540 mln, up 139.8 pct y-o-y

    Netease Youdao (NYSE:DAO), one of China's leading internet and online education services providers, reported its net revenue of 540 million yuan in the first quarter of 2020, according to the company's unaudited financial results released on Wednesday morning.


  • China to optimize network services for online education amid epidemic

    China will provide better internet services for online education amid the fight against the novel coronavirus, according to the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT).


  • Shanghai universities, schools to launch online courses from March

    All universities, primary and secondary schools in Shanghai will launch online education from March to cope with the prevention and control of the novel coronavirus epidemic, local authorities said Tuesday.


  • Online education expected to be a safe haven for China's consumer sector amid epidemic

    Online education companies have seen surging stock prices since the novel coronavirus pneumonia (NCP) outbreak in China.


  • Online educational services witness demand surge

    Online education companies across China are seeing a surge in demand for study-at-home products as the novel coronavirus epidemic has hampered normal educational services in the country.


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