Fourth Industrial Revolution

How can we teach innovation? A view from China

Today's graduates will compete for jobs that don't even exist yet Image: REUTERS/Aly Song

R. May Lee

Dean, School of Entrepreneurship and Management, ShanghaiTech University


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The Chinese-born artist Yang Liu, who moved to Germany at the age of 14, visualises German (left) and Chinese (right) approaches to problem solving

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