Chinese companies are pioneering ways of building research and development partnerships with British universities with an emphasis on long-term relationship building, says Chris Rudd, pro vice-chancellor at the University of Nottingham.
It ran for three weeks, and triggered an avalanche of comments both in China and the UK. Debate rages about the merits of British education versus the Chinese system. Most of my friends and colleagues have watched it, and I have been glued to the screen.
Over the past three decades, China has witnessed extraordinary economic growth, which has generated interest across the world. Chinese education is considered one of the important factors behind that development.
In the past few decades, China's rise to international prominence has prompted questions about the merits of the national education system, compared with those used in the West, and its contribution to the country's rapid development.
Britain's carbon reduction knowledge and expertise can greatly help China to reduce its carbon emissions, especially in areas like renewable energy and green building technology, says Jan Van der Ven, Asia director of The Carbon Trust.
Renowned concert pianist Lang Lang, dragon dancers and the People's Liberation Army Military Band are all part of a series of Chinese cultural activities to take place in Britain, said Liu Xiaoming, Chinese ambassador to the UK, on Aug 4.