A 1999 decision to radically expand higher education enrollment came amid Communist Party fears of social instability — and the repercussions are still being felt.
What's in a name? Territorial disputes in the Pacific tap into an older tradition of organizing reality through naming.
U.S. Ambassador to China Gary Locke sat down with students from Asia Society's International Studies School's Network to discuss what the future holds for them.
A Houston school participating in Asia Society's International Studies Schools Network goes from being on a "death march" to "exemplary."
What's lost in translation can have serious consequences. Or it can just be a lot of fun.
News of Hurricane Sandy is disappearing from the headlines. But the devastation remains, including for many students in Asia Society's International Studies Schools Network.
A look at how other nations beat out American schools and some advice from Bill Gates.
An ambitious new two-pronged initiative by Asia Society Korea Center targets both fractured English in the public sphere and biased or inaccurate information in school textbooks.
What was missing from last night's Presidential debate, and has been absent from political discourse in general, this election season?
The non-profit organization World Savvy released new research on what American graduates know about the world. It reveals a troubling gap between important world events and trends, and what a rising generation does not know.
Regardless of the outcome in the upcoming presidential election, education must be viewed as the single greatest equalizer and antidote for many of the ills we face as a nation, writes Brandon Wiley.