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The real reason so many Chinese students study accounting

When you go into the Abercrombie Business School building in the University of Sydney, there are almost full of Asian faces, especially Chinese students. Chinese students account for more than one third of international students in universities of Australia, more than half of these study business-related subjects, Dr. 469 more words


Are Chinese students paying too much studying in Australia?

According to a recent HSBC report, the cost of study in Australia is higher than in any other country such as the US and UK. 485 more words


Three Waves of Chinese Students since 1999

(Originally published in Global Times, co-authored by co-founders of interEDGE.org)

As the Chinese economy matures and evolves to a steadier growth pace, the mobility patterns and profile of future Chinese students will also assume new characteristics. 571 more words

Navigate the Cross-cultural Map: Feedback

A frustrated voice was on the other end of the phone line, coming from Lily, one of my coaching clients. “My OPT is going well, but here is one thing I don’t understand. 641 more words


Research: Social Barriers Faced by Female Chinese International Students

This blog, by Robin Fontana, summarizes her doctoral dissertation entitled “Daughter’s Sighs: The Social Barriers Female Chinese International Students Encounter When Transitioning to Private High School in the United States… 213 more words

Will New STEM OPT Extension Rule Create a Win-Win Solution?

(Excerpt of the Forbes article co-authored by Rahul Choudaha and Di Hu)

International students who graduate with science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) degrees may now participate in Optional Practical Training (OPT) for a longer duration, according to the recent rule from the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). 509 more words

Going Beyond "Heavy Recruitment of Chinese Students"

It has been only a few days after the recent WSJ article “Heavy Recruitment of Chinese Students Sows Discord on U.S. Campus” was published. Over 600 comments flooded in. 341 more words