Lauded by critics as a revolution in modern-day film-making, space drama Gravity and its British production and visual effects team cleaned up this year’s Academy Awards.
And while Hollywood’s household names captured most of the headlines, the technical categories were dominated by British innovators.
The Daily Mail published an article last weekend on how migrant school children are putting “huge financial strain” on teaching standards in UK schools, suggesting that the education of native English pupils is floundering as a result.
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In what may come to be a significant landmark in the digital landscape, LinkedIn, the professional’s social network, has done what Google, Facebook and Twitter cannot: expand into the Chinese market.
International Mother Language Day is an annual celebration of multilingualism and cultural diversity, held on February 21st.
It was first announced by UNESCO – the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation – in 1999 and has been observed every year since 2000.