China’s Middle Class Anger at its Education System Is Growing
A change in admission quotas is enough to get some parents protesting in the streets; and sending children abroad.
300,000 Chinese Students Attend U.S. Colleges. What Will They Learn About American Life?
Editors David Wertime and Bethany Allen-Ebrahimian talk to three young Chinese about how studying stateside changed their views of the United States — and their home.
Chinese Universities, Coming to a Neighborhood Near You
Ventures in Seattle — and Laos, and Malaysia — are all part of a new soft-power push.
Watch: Chinese Students in America Try to Find Meaning, and Fit In
Three overseas students at Smith College end up feeling caught between two cultures.
China’s Students Are Sharing Their Secrets … In English
Foreign-language teachers in China often become accidental confidants, even therapists.
It’s Graduation Season. Time to Go Back to China?
After years Stateside, many Chinese students find it hard to choose between vastly different countries.
What it’s Like to Be a Chinese High Schooler in America
Fitting in is hard for everyone, but particularly for students born thousands of miles away.
Leave China, Study in America, Find Jesus
Why a growing number of Chinese students at U.S. universities are coming home with Christian beliefs.
Chinese Students Are Flooding U.S. Christian High Schools
And new data shows their atheist parents don't seem to mind.
The Most Chinese Schools in America
Here’s where all those Chinese students are going — from New York to Silicon Valley to the American heartland.
For Chinese Students in America, a Transformative Journey
"The world has somehow shifted," wrote one of the hundred-plus surveyed by FP.
Do Years Studying in America Change Chinese Hearts and Minds?
Yes, but it’s not always a win for American soft power, according to a recent FP survey.
Chinese Students in America: 300,000 and Counting
More Chinese students are studying in the U.S. than ever before.
The Eagle, the Dragon, and the ‘Excellent Sheep’
Elite colleges in both the United States and China increasingly produce graduates with similar desires -- and similar flaws.
Can 1 Million American Students Learn Mandarin?
Obama just announced a new initiative promising just that — and all by 2020.
China’s Nouveau Riche Have Landed on America’s Campuses
Chinese students abroad used to be seen as diligent, penny-pinching, and idealistic. No longer.
I’m Chinese, and I Know Why There Aren’t More Asians in the Ivy League
Affirmative Action has turned around to bite some of the people it was designed to benefit.
A Chinese Feminist, Made in America
How four years at Amherst College changed my perception of my home country, and myself.
American Students in China: It’s Not as Authoritarian as We Thought
An FP survey finds surprise at a country that's often less strict than outsiders imagine.
China’s Hot New Luxury Product: the SAT
Wealthy Chinese students are ditching the country’s infamous college entrance exam and taking America’s standardized test instead.
For American Students in China, Some Risks, No Regrets
Life in the People's Republic can be trying — but for a young American, it's also transformative. FP surveys a rising generation of cross-cultural natives.