Yessica Sie has been living in China for three and a half years. The Jakarta native currently works for design magazine Interni in Beijing. Yessica shared a cup of tea with China Report ASEAN to chat about moving to freezing Harbin, studying Chinese and finding time to chill in busy Beijing.
Secretary General of the ASEAN-China Center (ACC) Yang Xiuping spoke about China-ASEAN education cooperation in an interview with China Report ASEAN.
On the morning of Saturday December 2, Peking University’s School of International Studies building was abuzz with activity. Young delegates all dressed smartly in suits were filing into the teaching rooms which for today were to be transformed into debate chambers.
When Albert Giovanni first arrived in Harbin in northeast China following his 6,098-kilometer journey from Jakarta, Indonesia, to attend university in 2013, he wasn’t sure what to expect…
As China has intensified policies of opening up over the past several decades, foreign students have increasingly found opportunity to pursue degree programs in China.
Having studied at Peking University for two years, two Thai girls known by the Chinese names Bai Yunying and Li Huimin, respectively, have gotten accustomed to life in Beijing. However, they are still very excited by their correspondence with Chinese Premier Li Keqiang.