Culture Shock

There’s an all too common pattern to the beginning of an overseas assignment: a period of high excitement and exhilaration, followed by an emotional crash, known colloquially as “culture shock.” Initial feelings of elation and excitement at being in a fascinating new place may be followed by confusion and depression … Continue reading

Graduate Study in Asia

The education of International students in New China began in 1950, and has witnessed great development in recent years. Statistics show that 363 universities in 31 Chinese provinces, autonomous regions and municipalities (not including Taiwan Province, Hong Kong and Macao special administrative regions) received 61,869 students from 169 countries to … Continue reading