\n \nThe program focuses on current events at home and abroad, national policies, the aging society, international education, and 2019 Curriculum Guidelines, and is supplemented by topics such as educational culture, fashion trends, industrial innovation, youth future, urban-rural balance, education field, and parenting. Experts and members of representative organizations are invited to share their experiences, providing the public with the most up-to-date information and effective ways to respond to these issues, to broaden their horizons, build an international perspective, and become an all-round learning network for people who care about education. \n \n**The first part of the program (7:30-8:00 p.m.) focuses on important current events, new knowledge in education, concept inspiration, major policies, and trend analysis. Through interviews with the Ministry of Education's foreign embassies, scholars and experts, the program provides new information from an international perspective. Young dreamers share their aspirations, ambitions and original intention to contribute to society. \n \n*The latter part of the program (8:05-9:00 p.m.) opens with a different "English Module" each day, and moves on to different thematic units each day, including "Frontiers of Flipped Learning", "What's New in Education", "Global Village of Education", "Powerful Creativity", "Mastering Trends", and "Relax! Do Public Good", in which experts and scholars are invited to discuss content and issues that meet the needs of the public, helping the local public and parents who care about education to grow and develop forward-thinking and action for the public good. \n \n*Besides, there is a monthly special interview and a complementary module, inviting experts to talk with us about mental health, food education, performance coaching, experimental education and overseas experience, topic introductions, financial information, personal image management, workplace experience, and much more wonderful content!