In the early morning of October 14, RTVU in Sihong County of Jiangsu Province was filled with the boisterous sound of village officials arriving for their first class of college education. A programme was launched in July of this year to provide village officials in Sihong County with a college education.

Shaanxi RTVU’s Yan’an Branch School reached an agreement with Yan’an Prison to provide an opportunity for prisoners to receive higher education and improve their life. The two sides launched the Prison Education programme on October 31, 2012. On that day, Mr. Zhang Zhenhua, Secretary of the Party Committee of

The 2012 National Teacher Training Programme, undertaken by Gansu RTVU to provide distance training to backbone primary and secondary school teachers in rural areas of Gansu Province, has already been launched. Recently Gansu RTVU has held training classes for 476 teachers. After completing their training,

After 6 years of construction, the Zhejiang RTVU Distance Lab began trial operations this spring. Currently it hosts over 200 experimental projects, which provide practical teaching services for over 80 courses.

 

Recently, the first Micro-course Teaching Competition held by Fujian RTVU came to an end. Seventeen RTVU teachers from across Fujian province demonstrated their skills in the final competition and were awarded first, second and third prizes.

This competition required

On September 22, 2012, a plainly dressed grey-haired gentleman appeared at the opening ceremony of Weiyuan Radio and TV University (RTVU). Those in attendance were surprised to see an elderly person at the ceremony, but the gentleman himself appeared extremely calm and listened intently to

On September 2, at the London Paralympics Men’s 50m Freestyle S11 Final, Yang Bozun, a student from the Tianjin RTVU School for the Disabled, won the gold medal and broke the world record with a performance of 25″27. On September 3, at the Men’s 100m Breaststroke SB11 Final, he won his second Paralympic gold with a performance of 1′10″11,

The first free computer training class given to senior citizens by Zhejiang RTVU came to an end yesterday. The training programme lasted nearly a month, and 55 seniors from 24 Hangzhou communities averaged 66 years old received the training. Qiu Guoqian, the oldest student, is already 81 years of age.