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!
Colorful alumni activities have always been a tradition of PKUSZ. On April 21st, 2021, PKUSZ, together with PKU Charity Association and Beida Education Foundation (Hong Kong) Ltd, held an unforgettable charitable activity. The activity’s theme was “Seeking Spring in Nanyan.” The occasion had even greater significance because it was a celebration of PKUSZ’s 20th Anniversary. … More Seeking Spring | Alumni Activity Celebrates 20 Years of PKUSZ
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
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
On March 14, PKU Shenzhen hosted its first meeting of Toastmasters International, a non-profit organization that promotes public speaking and leadership skills for its members. Leaders from the organization are hoping to create a new club for University Town Shenzhen. The organization spans the globe, with a network of 57,000 members in more than 16,600 … More UTSZ Welcomes Toastmasters