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South-South Cooperation is the mutual cooperation among the vast number of developing countries on the basis of their common experience in history and the common tasks they face after their independence. As a member of the developing countries, China is an active advocate and supporter of South-South Cooperation, supporting and participating in South-South Cooperation in various aspects including economic assistance, climate change, food security, education and healthcare. In the next phase of South-South Cooperation, China will work hard to promote the global human rights agenda based on the UN sustainable development goals for developing and developed countries. In the aspect of quality education, China will, on the one hand, continue to take the National Human Rights Action Plan of China as its starting point, and introduce its good practices in promoting the all-round realization of the right to education across the country to the vast number of developing countries; on the other hand, provide faculty training for the universities of the countries along the Belt and Road via some Chinese universities such as China University of Political Science and Law within the framework of the Belt and Road Initiative, so as to promote the national guarantee for the right to quality education in the countries of South-South Cooperation. In the area of “no poverty”, China has not only achieved its own fruitful results, but also actively supported and helped the vast number of developing countries to eradicate poverty and promoted the development of the global human rights agenda.

In: The South-South Dialogue on Human Rights
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China’s Compulsory Education Law, determining the development of compulsory education, was first promulgated in 1986 and then amended in 2006. It has been a symbolic milestone in the history of Chinese education. During two decades, there have been totally 8 influential reforms in compulsory education funding policy. From the viewpoint of practical analysis and value analysis about policy changes, China’ s compulsory education funding policy is still in a state of dramatic changes and mixed changes, which shows some disadvantages.

In: Frontiers of Education in China
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Wei Shi’s well-crafted study weaves together historical context, ideological complexities, and insightful case studies on Confucian metaphysics, ethics, and politics. Engagingly written, it seamlessly bridges the gap between universal and nationalist (particular) perspectives, offering a rich tapestry of ideas and satisfying unity.

Shi describes the profound impact of Confucian revival on China's cultural identity. She argues that Confucian ideas continue to shape China's trajectory in an ever-changing world. Specialists, graduate students, and enthusiasts will find this work an invaluable resource in understanding the multifaceted landscape of China’s Confucian revival in the twenty-first century. 
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Inspired by Augusto Boal and other leftist theatre practitioners, the Shanghai-based theatre troupe Grass Stage (Caotaiban) addresses pressing social issues by creating debate forums in their performances. This chapter analyses both the socio-political context in which the company operates and the techniques it employs to confront audiences with social concerns such as the inequalities derived from urbanization and political injustice. The adoption of amateur theatre-making tactics allows Grass Stage to interrogate the contradictory socialist-capitalist reality in China, while circumventing the restrictions imposed by existing political and economic circumstances. Furthermore, this chapter examines how Grass Stage’s productions expose the paradoxes of ‘glocalization’ resulting from the old Chinese civilization’s engagement with (hyper-)modernity, neoliberalism and global mobility. In all, the study of Grass Stage’s practices reveals their radical political potential of revolt against global capitalist oppression in the face of the changes brought about by globalization on the local space and people.

In: World Political Theatre and Performance