China takes larger steps to combat climate change

Following a meeting between British Prime Minister Tony Blair and Chinese officials in Beijing, China is expected to begin its next five-year development plan in 2011 with stricter measures to halt carbon dioxide emissions.

According to a report by Reuters: “I…

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Over 1,200 new cars hit Beijing streets every day

According to the Agence France Presse, quoting Chinese state media agency Xinhua this past weekend, more than 1,200 new cars every single day. According to the Beijing Traffic Management Bureau, there were 261,000 new vehicles registered in the first half…

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Protests move into new phase 20 years after Tiananmen

This week marks the 20th anniversary of the Tiananmen Square massacre, the June 4 culmination of a weeks-long protest in Beijing to commemorate the April 15, 1989 death of Hu Yaobang, a prominent reformer within the Chinese government. On June…

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Beijing, China

Topic: Food
Schedule: Week 2 (June 24 - July 1)
Art Project: Blowing
School Projects: BHAK Steyr
Partner Schools: International School (Buenos Aires, Argentina)

With a population of over 17 million people, Beijing is one of the oldest and largest cities in the entire world.…

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