We sincerely welcome you to submit your papers and join in the First Southeast Asia Youth Summit Forum in Peking University on October 14, 2017.
Malaysian international relations student Randy Ho chatted to China Report ASEAN about living in Beijing.
Singaporean Jaslyn Seah organised the first ever China-ASEAN Youth Summit last year. Here she talks about leaving her comfort zone, making friends and feeding pandas in Sichuan.
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.
The first China-ASEAN Youth Summit begins tomorrow, December 2 2016, at Peking University.
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.