American financier Stephen A. Schwarzman recently announced an international scholarship program in China endowed with $300 million. Tom Watkins highlights the importance of academic exchanges at all levels.
The enthusiasm for the First Lady is not so much praise for her personality, as an expectation for a new generation of central government. Ms. Peng Liyuan, with her simple civilian background, low-key personality, clean resume and dignified appearance has filled the vacuum and swept the Chinese people’s historical sense of hunger.
As the number of Chinese students studying in US graduate and undergraduate programs rapidly increases, Dr. James P. Cross highlights the importance of bridging the divide between US and Chinese high school students through collaborative, cultural exchanges.
Denied the chance to study during their youth, Kit Gillet explains why Chinese executives are now flooding executive M.B.A. courses.
With the conclusion of the Lunar New Year, both China and the US should make a resolution to increase cultural dialogues between the two nations. By deepening cross-cultural understanding, the US-China relationship can focus more on cohesion and creativity, rather than competition.
Over the past two decades, China’s image in Hollywood has progressed from a once foreign, inaccessible market to a key investment for major growth. As a result, moviemakers have seen the rapid sino-fication of movies to cater to a growing Chinese audience.
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