Amy Zhao M.A. Student, NYU Washington Square
Aug 21 , 2018
In its attempt to woo foreign students to its top universities, China may be missing the mark on productive educational exchange.
Curtis S. Chin Former U.S. Ambassador to Asian Development Bank
Meera Kumar New York-based Asia analyst and communications consultant
Aug 01 , 2017
Enduring wage disparities and outdated and imbalanced tax structures are seen as contributors to growing inequality, where neither the U.S. nor China are immune. Business, government and civil society leaders must come together to ensure the quality of education is improved to meet the demands of a technology-driven knowledge economy.
Qin Xiaoying Research Scholar, China Foundation For Int'l and Strategic Studies
Jul 05 , 2017
In 2017, 10 million Chinese high school students compete fiercely for college entry. At the same time, as many as 7 million college graduates will enter the job market. Without appropriate measures to be taken, the employment of college graduates could become a problem causing big headache.