Graduates from many countries wave flags during a commencement ceremony at Columbia University, New York, in May 2018. Part of the international student experience is learning to accept different cultures, a lesson that world leaders would do well to learn. Photo: Xinhua Graduates from many countries wave flags during a commencement ceremony at Columbia University, New York, in May 2018. Part of the international student experience is learning to accept different cultures, a lesson that world leaders would do well to learn. Photo: Xinhua
Graduates from many countries wave flags during a commencement ceremony at Columbia University, New York, in May 2018. Part of the international student experience is learning to accept different cultures, a lesson that world leaders would do well to learn. Photo: Xinhua

Letters | What China and the US can learn from their youth about breaking down walls

  • Just as international students grapple with and overcome the tendency to reject a new culture, politics too can benefit from working towards open-mindedness

Topic |   US-China relations
Graduates from many countries wave flags during a commencement ceremony at Columbia University, New York, in May 2018. Part of the international student experience is learning to accept different cultures, a lesson that world leaders would do well to learn. Photo: Xinhua Graduates from many countries wave flags during a commencement ceremony at Columbia University, New York, in May 2018. Part of the international student experience is learning to accept different cultures, a lesson that world leaders would do well to learn. Photo: Xinhua
Graduates from many countries wave flags during a commencement ceremony at Columbia University, New York, in May 2018. Part of the international student experience is learning to accept different cultures, a lesson that world leaders would do well to learn. Photo: Xinhua
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