Affordable help for students with eating disorders are available at UGA

On every Thursday night, around 26 UGA students would gather together at the Memorial Hall to attend a recovery meeting. The meeting is held by the Collegiate Recovery Community(CRC), a campus program aims to help students with addictive behaviors.

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Reform of the Medical Insurance System: Benefits and Issues

On January 30th 2015, Zheng Xiaojuan, a liver cancer patient, was receiving the radiation therapy in an urban hospital. As a rural resident, she only received 49% reimbursement from her medical insurance on her medical fees, a rate far below urban residents’ 80% to 90%. Continue reading Reform of the Medical Insurance System: Benefits and Issues

Twelve years of Xi’an – Xianyang Construction: Integration or Tripartite Confrontation

On October 28th 2002, Xi’an and Xianyang signed the Integration Agreement. However, after more than a decade of construction, the integration process has not achieved the desired results, in particular that the construction of the Xi’an-Xianyang New District. Continue reading Twelve years of Xi’an – Xianyang Construction: Integration or Tripartite Confrontation

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