A 1999 decision to radically expand higher education enrollment came amid Communist Party fears of social instability — and the repercussions are still being felt.
NYU Shanghai Chancellor Yu Lizhong says his school has no political constraints, and emphasizes that "we have no brainwashing at NYU Shanghai."
A second language can be more than just a straightforward communication tool. Accomplished Mandarin learners at the National Chinese Language Conference share ways the language has impacted them.
A Mandarin teacher who taught inmates at a maximum security prison recounts her experience.
A contentious debate within China's government may result in private schools being brought under greater ideological control, writes Karla Simon.
In a new report, leaders in U.S.-China relations explain why today’s students need to have the skills necessary to manage one of the world’s most consequential relationships.
The merger of the U.S.–China Consultation on People-to-people Exchange with the Strategic and Economic Dialogue makes perfect sense, writes Asia Society's Jeff Wang.