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Intercultural Stress

Global education is a powerful tool that allows intercultural communication to benefit the converging cultures. From 2000 to 2013 Australia saw a 180% growth in the amount of foreign exchange students travelling to Australia (Gong & Huybers, 2015). 538 more words

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Gossiping the Gospel

From a book review on the Rise of Christianity in China.

‘One thing they notice is the role of social networks in both conversion and the spread of religion: “Faiths spread through social networks and conversion is the result of coming to agree with others to whom one is attached via family or friendship” (104).’ 47 more words

Mainland China

The global fallout from China's stock market crash may be coming your way

China’s market downfall has been dramatic and painful for the investors involved. But so far there has been little immediate impact on the rest of the world, because China tightly limits foreign investment in mainland stocks. 1,841 more words

Interview with a student from China studying law in Taiwan

Andre Hu () is a native of Zhengzhou – the capital of Henan Province in China – and is currently a graduate student at the law school of Fu Jen Catholic University (FJCU… 530 more words

Legal Education

Chinese students are bypassing the gao-kao and are heading west in larger numbers than before...

China’s Ministry of Education says some 459,800 students studied abroad last year, an increase of 11% from 2013. Roughly half of these opted for the United States, where according to the US-based Institute of International Education, Chinese nationals made up… 37 more words

China Education

The Time to Study in Australia Has Come

By Hu Jiayi in Sydney, Australia

Updated: 2015-06-03

During graduation, more students pay attention to overseas study information in order to further their study or upgrade themselves for better jobs. 1,009 more words

Chinese Students

Chinese corporations pay less than $12 an hour for international students in Sydney.

Chinese corporations normally pay less than $12 for international students, especially Chinese students who are desperate for jobs across Sydney.

Some of the corporations only give the students chances to work as so-called internship workers without any payment. 877 more words