A 1999 decision to radically expand higher education enrollment came amid Communist Party fears of social instability — and the repercussions are still being felt.
U.S. schools are beginning to see the value in teaching the world's most commonly spoken language. And hopefully the reasons are not just economic, writes Chris Livaccari.
Elmo comes to Pakistan in Sim Sim Hamara, the Urdu-language version of Sesame Street.
Ayesha Haroon:Those who make and implement policies do not send their children to public education system.
In South Korea, an English teacher finds an innovative way to teach cultural awareness.
The tweetosphere was a-flutter late last week when <em>The Onion</em> claimed children were being held hostage by a "group of armed Congressmen." One reason this is not funny is because it's metaphorically true.
How a fateful day a decade ago changed the American education system.
Four internship opportunities with the award-winning online team at Asia Society.
In China, Vice President Biden acknowledged language as the currency of understanding and respect. Language advocates should be the first to understand the totality of that "currency."
In Sweden a bold step on Chinese language education came from the top. But will it be sustainable?
Iranian doctors Arash and Kamiar Alaei, participants in Asia Society's Asia 21 Young Leaders Program, were awarded the 2011 Jonathan Mann Award for Global Health and Human Rights by the Global Health Council on Thursday.