Will Easing of Student Visa Restrictions Rekindle China-US Exchanges?
By Eleanor Albert
It's a step in the right direction, but there are still substantial hurdles - both logistical and political - for Chinese students to come to the U.S.
Banning Chinese Students Won’t Safeguard US National Security
By Connor Fairman
A proposed ban would not only fail to address the main avenue of Chinese espionage, it will also hurt U.S. universities.
How Post-WWI France Helped Shape Revolutionary China
By Bonnie Girard
A Chinese work-study program in France turns 100 this year. Its impact is still felt today.
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.
Chinese Students in the US: Beware of Deteriorating US-China Relations
By Charlotte Gao
Chinese students in the United States are standing at the very front of this conflict and they will be directly impacted.
China’s Education Boom
By Dmitriy Frolovskiy
China's universities are experiencing astonishing growth, and the government hopes for even more.
The Chinese Students Who Come to South Korea
By Bryan Betts
Life as an undergrad in South Korea is difficult, but it’s still a popular choice for young Chinese.