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CSSN launches English edition

By Wang Jinxue (People's Daily Online)

13:48, December 31, 2011

Beijing, Dec. 31 – On the special occasion of its first anniversary, CSSN (http://www.cssn.cn/), a website founded by Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS), launched its English edition today.

Wang Weiguang, Vice-President and Deputy Secretary of the Party Group of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences attended the ceremony.

The English edition of CSSN consists of 8 sections: News, Events, Research, Publication, China, World, CASS and Experts.

The Event section covers the report of conferences of social sciences. The research section includes 6 parts: Marxist Studies, Literature and philosophy, History Studies, Economics Studies, Sociology Studies and International Studies. The China section mainly focuses on China politics, economy, culture, society and academics. CASS section contains CASS news, forum and institutes etc.

The main difference between CSSN and other news website lies in the content, as it can take advantage of the enormous resources of social sciences from CASS.

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