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GRE Test Takers Consider Suing ETS

Chinese test takers are considering a class action lawsuit against U.S.-based Educational Testing Service (ETS) following its recent decision to cancel their Graduate Record Examination (GRE) results, "Beijing Morning Post" reports.
Pride, Joy and a Little Sadness as Shanghai Bids Farewell to Expo
Pride, Joy and a Little Sadness as Shanghai Bids Farewell to Expo

Updated:1288751096Source:Shanghai Daily

At midnight, hundreds of flags of participant countries and international organizations were lowered at the Shanghai World Expo site, bringing the record-breaking event to a close.
10-day Census Count Kicks Off
10-day Census Count Kicks Off

Updated:1288750908Source:Global Times

More than 6.5 million people will be going door to door starting Monday to count the number of people in China, a task that is expected to pose challenges for census takers who are likely to find people reluctant to open their doors.
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