February 20, 2012
China? I Can't Go to China! 7 Myths about Studying in China
It's no surprise that with the growth of China's economic standing that the country has become a popular destination for many students looking to study abroad. Although you are interested in joining the growing trend, you may have misgivings about living in China. No problem! We are here to separate fact from fiction. Here are seven of the most common misconceptions that might be keeping you from studying abroad:
Myth 1: How can I go to China when I can't speak any Chinese? While studying Chinese would be beneficial to your studies abroad, it is not a necessity...
-Tony R. King
I started working at a small local consultancy firm at the beginning of the month as an intern. I have never been an intern before, and, to say the least, I've heard stories. A lot of my classmates do internships ...
I traveled for five days in the Northwestern part of China about a week ago along with other students in the NYU Shanghai study abroad program. The featured destination was a camel ride to our camp site in the Gobi desert, but before this anticipated event, we...
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