Aria Young’s award-winning podcast ‘What’s In A Name?’ explores her roots through the acceptance of her native name – one she replaced with an English one when she moved to the US.
Beijing’s delay in helping its 6,000 citizens out after Russia invaded prompts questions about why they were still there when other foreigners had left.
The Chinese embassy in Kyiv says it will arrange chartered services for its citizens but no schedule has been released.
Overseas students used to strict rules in Hong Kong shocked by UK’s ‘meaningless Covid policies’.
Chinese student numbers in South Korea fell by 30 per cent between 2019 and 2020, with many having returned to China, while those that remain are faced with a different lifestyle under coronavirus restrictions.
City’s first digital visas will launch next Tuesday as part of wider plans to implement more efficient and hygienic online system.
‘Missing out on the quintessential college experience’ and various other reasons were cited for students wanting to return to school in China, but not everyone is willing or able to come back amid tight travel restrictions.
Western degrees, once prized in China, are losing their edge as Chinese universities climb up world rankings and employers look favourably on graduates with strong local networks and internships.
Despite Brexit and Covid-19, demand for student accommodation is booming in Britain, especially close to London’s cultural hubs, as demand from overseas continues to grow
1.42 million Chinese are studying abroad but US visas are being revoked as tensions escalate during the pandemic. How will it impact the international education sector and China's domestic job market?