Tina Wei Smith holds a B.A. in English literature and political science from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, a M.A. in Higher Education from the University of Michigan, and a Master’s in Public Policy from the Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy, also from the University of Michigan. While a policy graduate student, Ms. Smith participated in a highly selective China policy and travel study course, which is an in-depth introduction to Chinese political and economic discourse and in partnership with Renmin University (Beijing). Through this program, she focused her research paper on China’s higher education system and its workforce readiness.
You might never have guessed it, but Shanghai is China's most canine-friendly city! According to a recent research paper on China's pet market, there are 700,000 officially registered pet dogs in Shanghai, 40 percent more than the number in Beijing.
Essay on World History. Research Paper on China
I think it was quite justified for me to be curious about this situation, specifically why China's education system was seemingly so "elite" compared to our own. And given that this was such a hot topic, I decided to compile some information—statistics, data, analyses, and so on—to see if I could write a research paper on China's education system.