The epidemic has cut off the movement of people in the world. During this time, we have lost the presence of most of our international students on campus. Many students may be curious: what are they doing thousands of miles away? The answer: still grinding and learning Chinese! According to UNESCO, among the ten most difficult languages in the world, Chinese ranks first. … More International Students, Thousands of Miles Away, Still Grinding and Learning Chinese!
This spring term of 2021, we are celebrating the very special 5th anniversary of the Nanyan Observer’s online blog: thenanyan.com! The Nanyan Observer is the voice of Peking University Shenzhen Graduate School Nanyan News Organization’s English Team. The blog has grown a lot over the years, but we have always been a dedicated student organization … More 5th Anniversary of our Site!
Huawei keeps growing with the University Town of Shenzhen (UTSZ) as well as the teachers and students here. It is the global leader in developing the digital infrastructure essential for pushing businesses and societies into a fully connected future. Here in the PKU Shenzhen campus, Huawei’s technology is the core of the UTSZ’s large-scale Wi-Fi … More Every Volunteer Is Amazing! PKUSZ Students at the Huawei Developer Conference 2021 (Cloud)
Between March 24 and April 24, the International Student Union (ISU) and Peking University HSBC Business School (PHBS) have teamed up to host the International Business Fair (IBF) 2021. The IBF is a series of events targeted towards PHBS international students and the companies looking to draw from this talent pool. Through weekly online events … More Interview | ISU Leaders on Planning the International Business Fair 2021
Flowers are the messenger of spring. They are colorful decorations and delightful scenery. Their enchanting fragrance could light up passerby’s mind. There are various types of flowers our campus of PKU Shenzhen. With the help of an app called “XingSe” (形色), we are able to dig into the wonderful diversity and features of the flowers … More Sights of the Spring Flowers on Campus
In spring, there is nothing better than spending some quality time in nature. Shenzhen has more than 950 public gardens or parks. Its green space coverage rate of 45.1% in the developed area has even earned it the title of “green city”. Strolling in a park is a common leisure activity for locals. Wutong Greenway In … More PKUSZ Alumni Activity | Tackling Shenzhen’s Splendid New Hiking Trail
China is set to soon be the world’s number two destination for international students worldwide. But there is a number two spot China already occupies: its globalized economy has swiftly risen to become the second largest in the world. The growth of the economy cannot be separated from the growth of talent. China’s universities have … More Make Your Next Step China — PKU Shenzhen
2020 has been a special year for all of us. The sudden outbreak of the pandemic trapped many of us in one place and made many of our wishes hard to come true. This year, we are ready for a new start, ready for a new direction. Here at PKU Shenzhen Graduate School (PKUSZ), we … More PKU Students Share 2021 New Year’s Wishes
2020 is coming to an end. It has been an extraordinary year when we look back. The COVID-19 pandemic spread around the globe. This has been a totally unprecedented tragedy in modern human history in terms of its speed, severity and scale. The whole world has been fighting for the terrible pandemic to end since the beginning of this year. After … More The Unforgettable Year: Review of Top 2020 Articles
It’s beyond a doubt that 2020 has been a tough year for everyone around the world. As we have been forced in different capacities to lockdown, quarantine or shelter in place, a new kind of vacation has come about: the staycation. China is no exception. Many people are still choosing or being advised to not … More China’s Best Trends of 2020
In order to understand the life of PhD candidates in PKUSZ, we tried connecting with the most senior, experienced and busiest PhD students on our campus. Now we have the chance to show what their daily life is like on their path to earning a PhD. We interviewed Wang Qian (WQ, 王前) and Wang Tianyu (WT, 王天宇) from … More The Path to a PhD: A Long, Steady and Enriching Research Life
September and October are exciting fun times for new students, but November comes and the first round of exams brings a new sensation: oh no. How has it been for you? If you are a student, probably both exciting and tough. This is what the new students of the Peking University School of Transnational Law … More New Students on Facing Their First STL Exam Week