Kuensel April 25, 2018 Visually impaired students struggle in regular schools Ever since Namgay Dema completed class VI from Muenselling Institute in Khaling, Trashigang it has been a challenge for her to cope with the lessons at her new school, Jigme Sherubling Central School’s middle campus. Namgay Dema is a low vision student. The 20-year-old,… Continue Reading Visually impaired students struggle in regular schools in Bhutan
china.org.cn 1st May 2018 China to build birth defect database Chinese authorities have confirmed the launch of a monitoring project designed to create a genetic birth defect list of at least 500,000 samples, reports the Beijing News. Officially launched on April 20, 2018, the state-funded programme involves 33 medical institutions and organizations from 17 cities… Continue Reading China to build birth defect database
A blog circulating on Chinese social media lists the various ways in which Chinese society today is “in a rush”. It mentions – among other things – having children through cesarean section, the race to the top in education,overuse of antibiotics and a preference for doing things through the “back door”. Few of these habits… Continue Reading Trust in the future?