Chinese Education

October 18, 2018

Is the Golden Age of Chinese Studying Abroad at an End?

By Joe Barnes
Political headwinds could deter Chinese students from universities in the U.S., Australia, and the U.K.

August 10, 2018

How Xi Jinping is Shaping China’s Universities

By Nick Taber
The Chinese Communist Party’s intellectual colonization of universities may prove to be a costly endeavor.
September 22, 2017

A Closer Look at China’s World-Class Universities Project

By Charlotte Gao
China struggles to balance promoting top-ranked universities and supporting the rest of its universities

September 08, 2017

Can Test-Obsessed China Change?

By Adam Tyner
A look at three paths for Chinese education reform.

May 26, 2016

Anti-Intellectualism, Chinese Style

By Xie Tao
"China is also witnessing a new wave of anti-intellectualism that is unprecedented in its scope and intensity."

May 24, 2016

Beyond Stereotypes: China’s Top High Schools

By Qi Xie
Contrary to popular conceptions, students at China’s best high schools have colorful lives and dreams.
October 15, 2015

How Good Are the Best Chinese Universities?

By Dingding Chen
According to one survey, Tsinghua University is now the best engineering school in the world. Is this representative?

May 13, 2012

What Israel Can Teach China

Despite considerable challenges, Israel has a highly dynamic economy. There are lessons for Chinese students.

May 01, 2012

What Finland Can Teach China

A focus on daycare rather than rote learning is why Finnish students have some of the best global test scores. Chinese students might be more creative if they took a leaf out of their book.

April 10, 2012

Inside Shanghai’s Schools

One survey found Shanghai schools to be the best in the world. But not every school plays by the same rules.

March 29, 2012

China’s Hunger Games

Why is the Hunger Games movie so popular? Ask U.S. and Chinese students – they have their own versions.

March 03, 2012

The Risks of China’s Students

Many U.S. universities have been falling over themselves to accept Chinese students. But are they ignoring the dangers of cultural tensions in search of money?

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