Monday, May 1st is International Labor Day! As such, classes are not in session for the day. Enjoy the great weather this long weekend! … More Happy three day weekend!
A Hong Kong Victoria Harbour dinner cruise for up to 15 students, classic Chinese calligraphy written by Chancellor Wu Yundong, a home-cooked American southern-style dinner with Dean Yandle, private plane from Geneva to Cannes, Korean barbecue accompanied by Professor Kang’s piano performance at a Korean barbecue restaurant. These were just a few of the items up for auction during “Bid for a Change”, the 3rd PILF Public Interest Auction held at the new building of School of Transnational Law on April 15. … More STL Holds 2017 PILF Public Interest Auction
Eduardo Meythaler was studying business and finance at the Universidad de Los Hemisferios in Quito, Ecuador when he realized he wanted to move to China. While in school, he also worked in the finance department of a construction company whose main client was Huawei—a Chinese multinational telecommunications equipment manufacturer, which is now the world’s largest. As a result of their dealings, he decided to study Mandarin and pursue a master’s degree here in China. … More Student Profile: Eduardo Meythaler
The best way to see if you have really mastered a language is to see how much slang you can understand, and that is why both international and Chinese students gathered together on March 30th in WeSpace to learn about each other’s slang. … More Learning Chinese & English Slang: More than just a language exchange
Tomb-sweeping Day, which is also called Qingming Festival, is one of the most important festivals in China. It is around April 4th every calendar year, the fifteenth day after vernal equinox. Its history can be dated back to more than two thousand years ago, around the Spring and Autumn Era. Tomb-sweeping Day is very influential in … More Tomb-sweeping Day: The story behind Qingming Festival