Education in Jiangsu

Two Indian cooks make Naan breads at the Fifth Campus Food Festival of Nanjing Xiaozhuang University, April 25, 2017. More than 40 special dishes have been served up to the students of, and visitors to, the Nanjing Xiaozhuang University, kicking-off the faculty’s fifth Campus Food Festival on April 25. Dishes were served across seven canteens at the university, and were rated by students by scanning codes, playing games and choosing their favorite meal. In response, students would then receive food coupons for tasting free food, and were even able to interact with the cooks, including a few foreign chefs. [Detail]
Students at Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics (NUAA) held a carnival at NUAA campus on China Aerospace Day, which falls on April 24 every year. The carnival included exhibitions of micro-satellites independently developed by NUAA and spacecraft models made from waste carton boxes by NUAA students as well as such interactive activities as the sun observation, spacecraft jigsaw puzzles and aerospace-themed games, drawing the participation of many students. [Detail]
Zhu Weizun, a Grade 11 boy at Suzhou International Academy (BFSU), won a global gold medal at the British Biology Olympiad (BBO) a few days ago, becaming the only student winning this award in Jiangsu area. The BBO is hosted by the Royal Society. In 2017, the Royal Society cooperated with ASDAN China and introduced the competition into China. This year’s competition attracted nearly 8,000 students from around the world and Chinese and British competitors contested and were ranked simultaneously. The ratio of global gold medals is only 5%. [Detail]
The Chinese mainland, Hong Kong and Macao called for deeper communication on higher education as a conference promoting talent exchanges got underway in Nanjing, Jiangsu province on April 18. [Detail]
Wuxi Chuncheng Experimental Primary School saw dozens of students polish their football skills on April 19 under the tutelage of David Batch and Andy Heald, a pair of foreign coaches from the United Kingdom. [Detail]
Students collected more than 500 books for charity at Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics on April 22 to mark World Reading Day. [Detail]
The Seventh International Culture Festival of the School of Foreign Languages of Nanjing University Jinling College kicked off on April 20. A 110-meter-long giant dragon kite took to the sky at the festival, which drew the attention of many teachers and students. [Detail]
Youth football tourney concludes in Zhangjiagang
In a bid to promote team spirit, competitiveness and physical fitness, a football tournament for middle school students studying in Suzhou and subordinate cities got underway in Zhangjiagang, Jiangsu province, from April 15 to 19. [Detail]
The fifth forum on promoting non-government funded education in Jiangsu province took place at the Suining Jinghua School in Xuzhou on April 15 and 16. [Detail]
CubeSat NJUST 2, developed and built at the Nanjing University of Science and Technology (NJUST), was successfully launched by Atlas V at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida at 23:12 on April 18.[Detail]
A group of 14 teachers and students from a school in Germany visited School for the Blind in Nanjing on April 17. [Detail]
Nanjing Agricultural University (NAU) and Shanghai Center for Plant Stress Biology (PSC) under the Chinese Academy of Sciences launched the joint cultivation agreement named "Future Biologist Program" on April 18. [Detail]
16 candidates, who had stood out from over 200 applicants from China's famous conservatories and troupes, attended the audition final of China leg of iSING! Suzhou International Young Artists Festival at Suzhou Culture & Arts Center on April 16. [Detail]
An array of sketches highlighting care for people with depression attracted the attention of many netizens in Yangzhou on April 12, 2017. [Detail]
Duke Kunshan University in Jiangsu province , will launch its undergraduate degree courses in 2018.[Detail]