Sony Global Education and NetDragon’s Subsidiary, Huayu Education Jointly Launch “Smart …

HONG KONG, Oct. 13, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — NetDragon Websoft Holdings Limited (“NetDragon” or “the Company”, Hong Kong Stock Code: 777), a global leader in building internet communities, is pleased to announce that NetDragon Huayu Education, the education subsidiary of NetDragon, and Sony Global Education, the education subsidiary of the world-renowned Sony Group, jointly announced the launch of “Smart Education Platform” (the “Platform”) in the Digital Silk Road Sub-forum of the third China Digital Summit held on 13 October 2020. The Platform will first launch in certain key prefectures in the Kanto region of Japan, in October 2020, to provide education information management and education big data services to domestic education institutions.

This is the first landing project following the signing of the “Cooperation Agreement on Japan Smart Education Platform” in September 2019, and it is expected to result in increased interaction and sharing of educational resources between China and

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CIBT Education Group Subsidiary Receives CA$13.1M Investment

VANCOUVER, BC / ACCESSWIRE / September 8, 2020 / CIBT Education Group Inc. (TSX:MBA)(OTCQX:MBAIF) (“CIBT” or the “Company”) is pleased to report that one of its subsidiary limited partnerships has received a US$10 million investment (approximately C$13.1 million). The funds will be used by the new subsidiary to acquire two rental apartment buildings located in Vancouver, announced by CIBT on June 9th, 2020. Details of the acquisition target, closing date and other information will be announced shortly. Assuming the acquisition completes, the GEC® portfolio will comprise of 11 projects and 16 buildings operating under the GEC® brand, with a total buildable square footage of 1.5 million.

“We are pleased to see the level of financial support that we have received from the investment community as we expand our rental and development income despite economic and pandemic uncertainties,” said Toby Chu, Chairman, President and CEO of CIBT

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TikTok says it will own U.S. subsidiary, disputes Trump’s claim of $5 billion U.S. education fund

A Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll released Sunday showed Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden leading President Trump by 8 percentage points, 51 percent to 43 percent, among registered voters — the same margin the poll showed in February, before COVID-19, the economic swoon, the anti-racism protests following George Floyd’s death, and all the other craziness of 2020.

“Simply put: In 2020, the fundamentals of our country have been shaken to our core, while the fundamentals of the election have not,” said Democratic pollster Jeff Horwitt, who conducted the survey with Republican Bill McInturff. NBC’s Chuck Todd made a smiler point on Sunday’s Meet the Press.

But one thing has changed: money. Biden and the Democratic National Committee entered September with $466 million in the bank, a cash advantage of $141 million over Trump and the Republican National Committee’s $325 million, The New York Times reported Sunday night,

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