|，Chinese Youth Show Interest in Russian Contemporary Culture|
The TV serial play of "Poor Nastia" tells of a love story in the Russian palace 100 years ago.
|，China Trains More Professional Translators|
China International Publishing Group, a leading translation and publishing agency, has launched a program to train professional translators and interpreters to solve a shortage of expertise in these fields.
|，Painter Zhang's Daughter Fighting TV Portrait of Father|
UPSET by the depiction of Chinese painter Zhang Daqian (1899-1983) in the TV series "Zhang Daqian," his daughter is now asking for public pressure to stop the TV drama from going on the air, according to Sunday's Shenzhen Special Zone Daily.
|，Primary Schools Launch Courses on Copyright|
After having lessons on intellectual property right (IPR) protection at school, Liang Jinchao, a sixth primary school grader in South China's Guangdong Province, has one more homework to investigate registration of trademark.
|，Central China Temple Fair to Mark Birthday of Taoism Founder|
Luyi County in Central China's Henan Province plans to hold regular temple fair annually to commemorate Lao Zi, the founder of Taoism, who was born in 571 B.C. in the county.
|，New Rural Education Policy Urged to Benefit Kids of Migrant Workers|
The new government policy of scrapping school fees for school kids in rural areas has received widespread support but there are calls for children of migrant workers based in cities to receive similar allowances.
|，China to Blacklist Students Defaulting on Loan Payment|
China plans to blacklist students who fail to pay off their interest-free loans, in a bid to ensure sound operation and lower risk for the state education loan system,the Ministry of Education said here Tuesday.
|，Museum on China's Largest Ethnic Group to Be Built|
|，Schools Crack Down on Teen Website MySpace|
Is it a virtual hangout for millions of American teenagers, like a sprawling electronic shopping plaza, or a magnet for sexual predators and pornographers?
|，Celebration Prepared for Sun Yat-sen's Anniversary|
|，No Laughing matter: Guo's Morality Questioned|
The dispute between comic dialogue star Guo Degang and Wang Yang has triggered a spate of criticism of the previously "unfamous" Guo. (Source:sznews.com)
|，Comic Dialogue Star to Be Sued|
Wang Yang, a comedian in charge of comic dialogues and acts in this year's CCTV Spring Festival Gala, said he is suing Guo Degang for slander, the Beijing Youth Daily reported yesterday.