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Student safety is goal of consulate competition

A competition on safety knowledge will be held by the Chinese consulate general in San Francisco to raise the safety awareness among overseas Chinese students in the San Francisco consular district.

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Overseas students fret travel rule

Anna Zhou was researching restaurants and counting the days until her long-planned trip to Mexico City last Friday when US President Donald Trump signed an executive order banning citizens of seven majority-Muslim countries from entering the US for 90 days.

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Hanban: Meeting language demand

In its 10 years, Hanban has seen a surge in interest in the study of Chinese as a second language.

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New SAT challenges Chinese students

An overhauled SAT with a heavier emphasis on reading comprehension may affect Chinese students’ performance, according to some industry experts. Some of those students have traditionally excelled in the math portion of the test and have relied heavily on rote memorization and cramming.

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More foreign students eyed

China is planning to overhaul its university education system to attract more international students. In2014, the country played host to more than 377,000 international students, making it the world’s third-most-popular destination for such applicants.

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US preps students in China

With an increasing number of Chinese students attending colleges in the United States, several schools are going to China to meet with the students before they arrive to give them a sense of what’s ahead academically and culturally. Universities are holding orientations in major cities in China, mainly Beijing and Shanghai, for the students and […]

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