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Gloria Ai is a broadcast personality, host, and the founder of iAsk Media. She is the producer and host of 3 programs by her company that runs daily, weekly and seasonally. As a moderator, she is frequently invited by high-level business and leadership summits including World Economic Forum, APEC and the Boao Forum for Asia. Prior to launching iAsk Media in March 2014, she presented business and financial news as a lead anchor at CCTV and covered international financial policy as an investment consultant for IFC in Washington, D.C. She holds a Masters in Public Policy from Harvard Kennedy School and is a Global Shaper with the World Economic Forum. In 2016 she received the award Forbes 30 under 30 Asia. In the same year, Gloria Ai joined SAIF as a Venture Partner, focusing on equity investment in media and big data.

 

 

 


 

 


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Biography
Arnold Fu, founder, chairman and CEO of Hujiang, is a young Chinese man who was born in a small town of Lianyungang City, Jiangsu province in 1979. He has never dreamed of becoming a millionaire. Instead, he hopes to help as many people as he can. As a notable young entrepreneur and one of the most successful student-turned businessmen in China, Fu was also named as ‘Makers & Shakers’ on the list of Global EdTech Index top 50 by WISE. Today, Hujiang has become China’s EdTech Unicorn company with valuation over 1 billion USD and has served more than 150 million users, including 120 million mobile subscribers.   As for Mr. Fu, online education is crucial to promoting fair education across the board by creating more equal access to educational resources, and he has adhered to this ideal for over 10 years. Fu has long been devoted to an educational charity program called the Hu+(Hujia) Project. Initiated by his company, Hujiang EdTech, this project aims to change the traditional education model through the use of internet technology. The Hu+ Project both improves and optimizes the sharing of high-quality educational resources. Under his leadership, Hujiang’s mission is to make education easier, fairer and more enjoyable! 

book

Making use of information and communications technology (ICT)

Great momentum has been generated through efforts to build e-campuses since the 18th CPC congress, most notably, through inter-school broadband network connectivity, inter-class quality resource sharing, creation of online classes, and development of public service platforms for pooling and managing pedagogical resources.

In 2017, the internet penetration rate in primary schools reached 90% from 25% in 2012; the proportion of classrooms equipped with multimedia tools increased to 83% from 40% in 2012. As of 2017, access to quality teaching resources in the classrooms has undergone massive expansion, ICT-aided teaching has become the new normal, and online learning has grown exponentially. Nearly 10 million elementary and secondary school teachers, over 100,000 schoolmasters and over 200,000 vocational school teachers have received training on the use of ICT tools.

China has also made significant progress in improving enrollment rates, school conditions, teaching staff qualifications and funding. Additionally, as a major indicator of progress towards educational modernization, China has established exchange and cooperation frameworks and agreements with 188 countries and regions, and is now the world's largest source of international students and the most popular destination for students from other Asian countries.

Building a teaching workforce equipped with modern teaching tools and educational notions

Teachers are the backbone of any education system, and their ideas and principles relating to education represent the success or failure of China’s drive towards modernizing its education system. Since 2012, China’s teaching workforce has been greatly revitalized and motivated, thanks to the introduction of a wide range of support policies and incentives, including the Rural Teacher Support Program 2015-2020, and the Opinions on Deepening the Development and Reform of the Teaching Workforce in a New Era, released in 2018.

Since 2012, China has continuously reformed its teacher training system, and the quality of teacher education has improved greatly. Between 2012 and 2016, a total of 9.35 billion RMB was invested, under the National Training Program for Primary and Secondary School Teachers, and other programs for support to teachers from central and western parts of China, in providing training for 9.57 million preschool, primary and secondary school teachers and headmasters, as well as improving ICT literacy for 9.4 million school teachers. In addition, the central government has earmarked 700 million RMB a year for the training of 250,000 vocational school teachers.

As part of efforts to raise the level of qualification of teachers, a certification and regular registration system for school teachers has been put in place in 28 provinces, and policies on periodic rotation of schoolmasters have been introduced in 30 provinces. The Chinese government has also initiated an array of incentives to improve teacher pay and to make the teaching profession more attractive.

Developing a new generation of citizens equipped for the modern era

Pursuing modernization of education is not an end in itself, but a means to developing future generations of Chinese citizens equipped for the modern era, both academically and intellectually. In order to produce more human capital to raise China to the same rank as other modern countries, the current administration has introduced a whole bundle of reforms since 2012.

In September 2014, the State Council issued the Opinions on Deepening the Reform of the Examination and Enrollment System to press ahead with structural reforms of the college enrollment system. High school students have since been allowed to take subjects of their interest and are not restricted to a fixed curriculum, paving the way for universities to follow suite and produce graduates that excel in specific fields motivated by the interests of students themselves. In April 2015, in the Opinions on Deepening Reform of Systems for Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Institutions of Higher Learning Education, the General Office of the State Council decided that specialized courses on innovation and entrepreneurship should be offered to all college students. In October 2015, “Internet +”, an annual innovation and entrepreneurship competition for college students, was launched. By the third session of the event in 2017, a large number of innovative business ideas had attracted attention and funding from investors. 

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xxx from wef 2017

In Davos, Alibaba founder and Executive Chairman Jack Ma spoke openly and at length about some of the key challenges facing the world, delivering a stream of perspectives and guidance.

On the impact of technology

"We are very lucky because the world is in a big transformation because of technology. This new technology will create a lot of successful people, interesting careers but honestly every new technology will create social problems.

"If we don’t align together, human beings are going to fight each other, because each technology revolution makes the world unbalanced."

On the key to success

"To gain success a person will need high EQ; if you don't want to lose quickly you will need a high IQ, and if you want to be respected you need high LQ - the IQ of love."

On women in business

"If you want your company to be successful; if you want your company to operate with wisdom, with care, then women are the best.

"37% of senior management in Alibaba are women. Part of the 'secret sauce' of our success is because we have so many women colleagues."

On the future of globalization

"I think globalization cannot be stopped - no-one can stop globalization, no-one can stop trade. If trade stops, the world stops. Trade is the way to dissolve the war not cause the war.

"Global trade must be simple and modernised; it must be inclusive so everyone has the same opportunity. The next generation of globalisation must be inclusive."

On the impact of artificial intelligence

"Artificial intelligence, big data is a threat to human beings. I think AI should support human beings. Technology should always do something that enables people, not disable people.

"The computer will always be smarter than you are; they never forget, they never get angry. But computers can never be as wise a man. The AI and robots are going to kill a lot of jobs, because in the future it'll be done by machines. Service industries offer hope - but they must be done uniquely."

On learning from failure

"Learn from your mistakes - no matter how smart you are you will learn from them. We must share the mistakes with others.

"My thinking is that - if you want to be successful, learn from the other peoples’ mistakes, don’t learn from success stories. The book I want to write is "Alibaba: 1,001 Mistakes".

On the value of teamwork

"You don’t need to know a lot of things, but you need to find the people who are smarter than you are. My job is to make sure smart people are working together."

"The best way to promote your company is through your product or services, or employees."

On the education challenge

"A teacher should learn all the time; a teacher should share all the time. Education is a big challenge now - if we do not change the way we teach thirty years later we will be in trouble.

"We cannot teach our kids to compete with the machines who are smarter - we have to teach our kids something unique. In this way, 30 years later, kids will have a chance."

On the responsibilities of tech giants

"Google, Facebook, Amazon and AliBaba - we are the luckiest companies of this century. But we have the responsibility to have a good heart, and do something good. Make sure that everything you do is for the future." 

DAMO

 

Machine Intelligence
Research Area Overview

The Alibaba Damo Academy’s Machine Intelligence Research Sector utilizing researches in cutting-edge machine intelligence’s theories and applications, especially the machine learning, helps industries to improve efficiency in retailing, , transportation, service, medical and judiciary sector, etc. Alibaba Damo is devoted to facilitate the revolutionary in fields, including economics, space technology, automatic control, computer design, and manufacturing, etc.

The machine intelligence research sector encompasses five labs, namely Speech Lab, Vision Lab, Language Technology Lab, Decision Intelligence Lab, and City Brain Lab.

Research Area Leader
Rong JinHead of Machine Intelligence Technology

He was a faculty member of the Computer and Science Engineering Dept. at Michigan State University. His research is focused on statistical machine learning and its application to information retrieval. He published over 200 technique papers, mostly on the top conferences and prestigious journals. He is an associate editor of IEEE Transaction at Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence (TPAMI) and ACM Transaction at Knowledge Discovery from Data. Dr. Jin holds Ph.D. in Computer Science from Carnegie Mellon University. He received the NSF career award in 2006, and the best paper award from COLT in 2012.

Recent Events

Data Computing
Research Area Overview

The Alibaba Damo data computing aims to reconstruct and converge the open, secure, agile and ecological information infrastructure, solve computational problems of function, efficiency and energy consumption, meet the needs of real-time interconnection, information sharing and intelligent applications among people, machines and objects, and eventually form a globalized intelligent computing ecosystem.


Robotics
Research Area Overview

The Alibaba Damo Academy’s Robotics Research Sector is engaged in cutting-edge development in fields including environment perception, high-precision positioning, decision-making, intelligent control, etc.

Based on robot technology, Alibaba Damo focuses on R&D and application in unmanned driving and unmanned logistics, also it is committed to remodeling the value in traditional industries, such as automobile, logistics, service sector, etc.


Financial Technology
Research Area Overview

The Alibaba Damo finance technology is committed to improving the security, accuracy and convenience in finance sector, improving  financial forecast and decision-making ability, and remodeling the financial service.

Research Area Leader
Geoff JiangHead of Biometrics Lab

Before joining Ant Financial, he served as Vice President of NEC Group, leading NEC's American Research Institute and global R&D. He has developed numerous innovative technologies and products in forefront domains such as IoT, big data, artificial intelligence, cloud computing, computer security, and software-defined networks. He has published more than 160 papers in world-class computer journals and conferences, won the Best Paper Award from top data mining conferences including SIGKDD. R&D projects under his leadership have won multiple industrial innovation awards at high-tech exhibitions such as CEATEC and Interop.


X Laboratory
Research Area Overview

X Lab is dedicated to explore the most mysterious unknown in technology field and endeavors to provide the most advanced solutions. Furthermore, X Lab focuses on future and fission technology value.

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Removing barriers to quality preschool education–- Overview of progress on preschool education since the 18th CPC National Congress

2018-09-08 10:49:00

(China Education Daily)

“China has the largest preschool education system in the world. In 2017, there were over 255,000 kindergartens providing early childhood education to 46 million children – a population equivalent to that of a medium-sized country. The gross enrollment rate at pre-school level was 79.6%, reaching the average level in middle and high income countries. We have also implemented a three-year action plan in three phases and overhauled the country’s preschool education system”, said the Minister of Education Chen Baosheng at a press conference this March.

Since the 18th CPC National Congress in 2012, China has crossed a number of hurdles on the way to achieve the goal of “ensuring people’s access to childcare” proposed at the 19th CPC National Congress.

1. Increasing public and universally available preschool resources

Although remarkable progress has been made in preschool education since the adoption of the reform and opening-up policy, education at this level has remained a weak link in the country’s education system, with problems such as lack of resources and input, barriers to enrollment and high tuition fees.

In 2010, the State Council published its Several Opinions on Developing Preschool Education at the Current Stage, which proposed 10 measures to solve the problems, especially the enrollment issue, mapping out the development of preschool education for the new era. In 2014, the Ministry of Education (MOE) launched a bundle of measures under a three-year plan, including: requiring planning for kindergartens to be overseen by districts and counties to ensure rational distribution of public kindergartens; promoting the establishment and expansion of public kindergartens through subsidies, service procurement, and reduction and exemption of rent; establishing kindergartens affiliated to primary and secondary schools; and supporting the establishment of kindergartens by neighborhoods and villages.

To tackle the excess demand for universal preschool resources due to the launch of the “two-child” policy, the MOE introduced regulations requiring that more effort be put into establishing preschools in poverty-stricken areas, areas embracing baby boom after the “two-child” policy and the outskirts of cities.

All these measures brought unprecedented changes to the country’s preschool education system, significantly lessening the negative impact of enrollment and tuition issues with a surge in the number of public and universal preschool institutions.

2. Improving the quality of preschool education

To meet people’s demand for quality early education, the MOE is also attaching great importance to the exploration of suitable and appropriate childcare and pedagogical methods. In September 2012, it issued Guidance on the Learning and Development of Children at Three to Six Years, which describes the developmental characteristics for preschoolers aged 3 to 6 in terms of physical, social and intellectual development (including language, science and art), and offers research-based recommendations for kindergarten teachers and nurses.

The Guidance recognizes the importance of play in early childhood development, and clearly states that games are the basic way of organizing teaching activities in kindergartens. To raise public awareness about these concepts, the MOE designated the four weeks from May 20 to June 20 every year as the Preschool Education Month. Local education authorities also organized public lectures, expert interviews, consultations and other activities to publicize preschool educational principles.

In July 2018, the MOE promulgated a regulation to curb the provision of primary-level education in kindergartens, which specifies pedagogical content, teaching methods, learning environment and teacher qualification. As required by the regulation, local education authorities introduced various measures to regulate preschool programs, replacing negative teaching practices with approved methods and ensuring that the activities organized in kindergartens were within the capacity of the age group concerned, to create a favorable environment for the healthy development of young children.

3. Removing institutional hurdles to speed up the development of preschool education

Before 2010, only a small proportion of government funding for education was injected into preschool education, which hindered its development. Since 2011, however, government spending on preschool education has witnessed continuous and significant growth. In 2016, it reached 130 billion RMB, marking an increase of 77% over five years.

To further support preschool development, at the end of 2016, the Ministry of Finance (MOF) and the MOE jointly produced the Measures of Managing Government Funding for Preschool Development, stating that the central government would directly allocate financial resources from the central budget to encourage local efforts in expanding preschool services and offer financial support to kindergarten children. In 2017, the MOF data showed that the central budget for preschool development reached 14.9 billion.

Apart from financial support, the development of preschool education also hinges on sourcing an adequate supply of suitably-qualified kindergarten teachers. With the rapid expansion in the preschool education system, a huge shortfall emerged in the number of available teachers. It is estimated that, by 2020, this gap will have swollen to 1.9 million. The MOE developed the Kindergarten Staffing Standard and Measures to Strengthen the Kindergarten Teacher Workforce to guide the local efforts in filling the gap based on local conditions. Also, to improve the quality of teacher workforce, since 2011, the MOE launched a national training program for preschool teachers, with a focus on training leading teachers in mid-western rural areas.

In 2016, a total of 36 preschool reform pilot zones were selected to explore ways of solving a number of issues, such as further expanding universal preschool resources, and establishing financial input mechanisms targeting public preschools and teacher training and recruitment mechanisms. These zones provided valuable ideas and replicable good practices for the advancement of preschool education.

It is planned that, by 2020, China will have established a universal, public and quality preschool education system with a gross enrollment rate of 85% while the coverage of kindergartens with universal access is planned to reach 80%. To achieve these goals, there are still many challenges, and more efforts are needed to deepen reforms in preschool education and seek breakthroughs for its further development.

 Making use of information and communications technology (ICT)

Great momentum has been generated through efforts to build e-campuses since the 18th CPC congress, most notably, through inter-school broadband network connectivity, inter-class quality resource sharing, creation of online classes, and development of public service platforms for pooling and managing pedagogical resources.

In 2017, the internet penetration rate in primary schools reached 90% from 25% in 2012; the proportion of classrooms equipped with multimedia tools increased to 83% from 40% in 2012. As of 2017, access to quality teaching resources in the classrooms has undergone massive expansion, ICT-aided teaching has become the new normal, and online learning has grown exponentially. Nearly 10 million elementary and secondary school teachers, over 100,000 schoolmasters and over 200,000 vocational school teachers have received training on the use of ICT tools.

China has also made significant progress in improving enrollment rates, school conditions, teaching staff qualifications and funding. Additionally, as a major indicator of progress towards educational modernization, China has established exchange and cooperation frameworks and agreements with 188 countries and regions, and is now the world's largest source of international students and the most popular destination for students from other Asian countries.

Building a teaching workforce equipped with modern teaching tools and educational notions

Teachers are the backbone of any education system, and their ideas and principles relating to education represent the success or failure of China’s drive towards modernizing its education system. Since 2012, China’s teaching workforce has been greatly revitalized and motivated, thanks to the introduction of a wide range of support policies and incentives, including the Rural Teacher Support Program 2015-2020, and the Opinions on Deepening the Development and Reform of the Teaching Workforce in a New Era, released in 2018.

Since 2012, China has continuously reformed its teacher training system, and the quality of teacher education has improved greatly. Between 2012 and 2016, a total of 9.35 billion RMB was invested, under the National Training Program for Primary and Secondary School Teachers, and other programs for support to teachers from central and western parts of China, in providing training for 9.57 million preschool, primary and secondary school teachers and headmasters, as well as improving ICT literacy for 9.4 million school teachers. In addition, the central government has earmarked 700 million RMB a year for the training of 250,000 vocational school teachers.

As part of efforts to raise the level of qualification of teachers, a certification and regular registration system for school teachers has been put in place in 28 provinces, and policies on periodic rotation of schoolmasters have been introduced in 30 provinces. The Chinese government has also initiated an array of incentives to improve teacher pay and to make the teaching profession more attractive.

Developing a new generation of citizens equipped for the modern era

Pursuing modernization of education is not an end in itself, but a means to developing future generations of Chinese citizens equipped for the modern era, both academically and intellectually. In order to produce more human capital to raise China to the same rank as other modern countries, the current administration has introduced a whole bundle of reforms since 2012.

In September 2014, the State Council issued the Opinions on Deepening the Reform of the Examination and Enrollment System to press ahead with structural reforms of the college enrollment system. High school students have since been allowed to take subjects of their interest and are not restricted to a fixed curriculum, paving the way for universities to follow suite and produce graduates that excel in specific fields motivated by the interests of students themselves. In April 2015, in the Opinions on Deepening Reform of Systems for Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Institutions of Higher Learning Education, the General Office of the State Council decided that specialized courses on innovation and entrepreneurship should be offered to all college students. In October 2015, “Internet +”, an annual innovation and entrepreneurship competition for college students, was launched. By the third session of the event in 2017, a large number of innovative business ideas had attracted attention and funding from investors.

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2018-12-30 10:02:00

(www.moe.gov.cn)

On December 27, the 18th plenary meeting of China Scholarship Council (CSC) was held in Beijing. Vice Minister of Education Tian Xuejun attended the meeting and delivered a speech.

Tian said that a more ambitious roadmap should be charted for the CSC’s work in the new era, to better respond to new challenges following the guidelines set out at the latest National Education Conference. He also required that the Council play a better leadership role in the work concerning Chinese students’ study abroad and international students’ study in China, and continue to optimize the structure and improve the effectiveness of various scholarship programs.

The meeting was attended by representatives from the Ministry of Education, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, National Immigration Administration, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Chinese Academy of Engineering, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, and other CSC members. The meeting reviewed the CSC annual report 2018 and its work plan for 2019. While recognizing the achievements made by the Council in 2018, the meeting also highlighted the need for it to strengthen its work over the next year, especially related to the approval of applications for Chinese government scholarships and the management of government-funded Chinese students studying overseas, taking into account national demand. 

 

National Finals of the 4th China College Students’‘Internet Plus' Innovation and Entrepreneurship Competition produces 2018 Champion

2018-10-17 09:22:00

(People’s Daily)

On October 14, the National Finals of the 4th China College Students’‘Internet Plus' Innovation and Entrepreneurship Competition was held at Xiamen University. After two and a half hours of fierce competition, the “Central Cloud Intelligent Vehicle” team researching unmanned vehicles from the Beijing Institute of Technology (BIT) was declared champion. Runner-up prizes were awarded to the “Luohua New Material” team working in the field of laser fluorescent ceramic from Xiamen University and the “DreamWid Tech” team specialized in AI-powered film production from Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications (BUPT). Third prizes went to the “Bangwei Tech” team focusing on high performance structural materials from Zhejiang University, BIT’s “XLOONG” team researching AR smart glasses and the “FlexCap” team focusing on flexible energy storage from the University of Toronto.(Reporting/LIU Jingting) The National Finals event [Photos/Hu Xin]

Member of BIT’s “Central Cloud Intelligent Vehicle” team presenting his project [Photo/Hu Xin]

Member of “Luohua New Material” team from Xiamen University presenting her project [Photo/Hu Xin]

 

Member of BUPT’s “DreamWid Tech” team introducing his project [Photo/Hu Xin]

 

Member of the “Bangwei Tech” team from Zhejiang University presenting his project [Photo/Hu Xin]

 

Member of BIT’s “XLOONG” team presenting his project [Photo/Hu Xin]

Member of BIT’s “XLOONG” team introducing AR smart glasses [Photo/Hu Xin]

Member of the “FlexCap” team from the University of Toronto presenting his project [Photo/Hu Xin]

 

Member of the “OpenARK” team from the University of California, Berkeley, talking about his AR/VR project [Photo/Hu Xin]

 

Member of the “OpenARK” team from the University of California, Berkeley, talking about his experience in research [Photo/HU Xin]

 

Panelist commenting on the projects [Photo/Hu Xin]

 

Panelist commenting on the projects [Photo/Hu Xin]

Panelist commenting on the projects [Photo/Hu Xin]

Enthusiastic audience [Photo/Hu Xin]tories >>

   

 

Ms Jingfang Hao
Ms Jingfang Hao is the Founder of WePlan, a non-profit education platform focusing on preschool children.
 
 
 
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Biography


Gloria Ai is a broadcast personality, host, and the founder of iAsk Media. She is the producer and host of 3 programs by her company that runs daily, weekly and seasonally. As a moderator, she is frequently invited by high-level business and leadership summits including World Economic Forum, APEC and the Boao Forum for Asia. Prior to launching iAsk Media in March 2014, she presented business and financial news as a lead anchor at CCTV and covered international financial policy as an investment consultant for IFC in Washington, D.C. She holds a Masters in Public Policy from Harvard Kennedy School and is a Global Shaper with the World Economic Forum. In 2016 she received the award Forbes 30 under 30 Asia. In the same year, Gloria Ai joined SAIF as a Venture Partner, focusing on equity investment in media and big data.

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