Faces of Nanyan | 人在南燕

“It’s really cold in the office today; I had to wrap my blanket around me. It feels oddly satisfying, like I’m cuddling with my blanket in an air conditioned room, ready to sleep.” “办公室冷得让我裹紧了小被子,裹着被子有种在空调房盖被子睡觉的满足感”。 As told to Wandong Yang 

Faces of Nanyan 人在南燕

“There was a talk where JD students returned to school after ten years, and talked about themselves. These forty-something-year-old people talked about their lives and experiences. Those ten years after graduation became nothing but a few sentences when they spoke about it. You’d find them talking about finally having the time to do what they really wanted at forty-something; some even started their own start-ups. So the “couple years” of working for others that you’re talking about could very well mean a decade or more. ” … More Faces of Nanyan 人在南燕

Introducing Our New Series: Faces of Nanyan 人在南燕

As a foreigner in China, it can sometimes feel like you live in two different worlds: your international bubble and well–the rest of China. Here at The Nanyan Observer, we strive to bring those two worlds a little closer together. In a similar vein to the likes of Humans of New York, our Nanyan team is chatting with everyone from students and faculty to canteen staff and landscapers on campus. You’ll find we make no mention of their names or occupations, just conversation where it counts. Below is our first installment from our own Editor-in-chief, Wandong Yang.  … More Introducing Our New Series: Faces of Nanyan 人在南燕

2017 Graduation Ceremony successfully held on 1st July

On July 1st 2017, the Graduation Ceremony for the class of 2017 commenced in the PHBS Auditorium. On this day, we have 864 graduates, amongst which there are 52 Phd graduates and 812 Master graduates, including 41 international students. Distinguished guests including Peking University Vice Principle and Academician Gao Song, Dean of PHBS Hai Wen, … More 2017 Graduation Ceremony successfully held on 1st July

A Night of Cultural Experience: Chinese Calligraphy

What better way to experience true Chinese culture than delving into traditional Chinese calligraphy? On November 14th at 7pm, international students gathered in H-214 to experience an authentic Chinese tradition. This wonderful cultural experience is prepared and sponsored by the Campus Advisor (CA) program. CA Conan Jiang began the night with a short but interesting … More A Night of Cultural Experience: Chinese Calligraphy