China's Non-state Universities: What It Takes to Succeed
By Olivia A. Halsall
What happens when a local Chinese tycoon establishes a non-state university with private funds?
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.
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.
China and the Geopolitics of Knowledge: Winning the Long Game
By Dawisson Belém Lopes
Beijing has proven itself adept at playing the long game, and its efforts are coming to fruition.
China’s Education Boom
By Dmitriy Frolovskiy
China's universities are experiencing astonishing growth, and the government hopes for even more.
Why Does a Top Scientist’s Move to US Strike a Nerve in China?
By DD Wu
A leading biologist of Tsinghua University took up professorship at Princeton and it triggered a national debate.
China’s Increasing Numbers of Fake Universities
By Cal Wong
As China's university enrollments skyrocket, so too are scams involving fake tertiary institutions.
China’s Ivy League Love Affair
By Thorsten Pattberg
Without investing in its own higher education, China will fail to slow its“brain drain” to Western universities.