News

China’s First “World Internet Conference”

KyleKyle
November 20, 2014
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Blocked Internet in China

China is currently hosting the first World Internet Conference
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Yes that’s right. China is currently hosting its first-ever World Internet Conference from November 19-21 in which delegates from around the globe were invited to China to discuss the future of our internet. Attending were all walks of life, including political guests as well as representatives from tech giants such as Amazon, Apple and Microsoft.

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Campus Life | Event | Health and Wellness | Student's Union | Tongji University

ISA Charity Donation Drive 2014

Alejandro CáceresAlejandro Cáceres
November 20, 2014
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WINTER

For the second year in a row the International Students Association (ISA) of Tongji is organizing a Charity Drive to help a local NGO in our university, aiming to collect clothes, books and other items that will be of great help to students from different background have a much better winter. To be part of this event you only need to follow the next steps.

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Travel

Travelling in China: Pandas in Chengdu

SamSam Fowler
November 20, 2014
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Chengdu is rightfully a popular stop for many travelling and studying in China. Famous for its pandas and extremely spicy food, the capital city of Sichuan province has numerous things on offer. Whilst the pandas and food aren’t to be missed, Chengdu is also an ideal base for those travelling around the province or visiting Tibet.

Travelling in China Pandas in Chengdu

Baby pandas in Chengdu

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News | Smartphones | Tablets

China Breaks the Impenetrable iPhone

KyleKyle
November 19, 2014
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For years upon years, people have flocked to the Apple systems for many reasons. Innovation, self-perceived individualism, and security seem to be the top three reasons I’ve noted while observing Mac users. But one of those on the list may soon not be there.

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China Agricultural University

China Agricultural University Become the 4th of World Top Agricultural Universities

Jyoti BhandariJyoti Bhandari
November 18, 2014
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@www.liketrip.cn

@www.liketrip.cn

On Oct. 28th, U.S.NEWS published their rank of universities in all over the world. This is the first time USNEWS has given a rank to foreign universities. China Agricultural University (CAU) has ranked 390th of the TOP 500 Universities (19th in Chinese Universities). In the branch of agricultural science, CAU ranks 4th of the world top universities. As I am a student of China Agricultural University, I feel proud to be a student of CAU. In agricultural science subject the world’s five best universities, based on their reputation and research are as follows.

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China Agricultural University

College of Food Science and Nutritional Engineering at CAU

Jyoti BhandariJyoti Bhandari
November 18, 2014
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China Agricultural University (CAU), founded in 1905, is a university in Beijing specializing in agriculture, biology, engineering, veterinary medicine, economics, management, humanities, and social science. There are total of 13 collages at CAU and among them College of Food Science and Nutritional Engineering is one of the famous collage in CAU.

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@www.spxy.cau.edu.cn

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Universities

Top Universities of China

Jyoti BhandariJyoti Bhandari
November 18, 2014
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@ www.tupian.baike.com

@ www.tupian.baike.com

In current trend many students are planning to study abroad and to choose the best universities in for them is very challenging task. The accurate evaluative of Universities of the world is necessary to distinguish suitable universities for the student. By keeping such students in consideration, U.S. News release the inaugural Best Global Universities rankings on homepage of U.S News on Tuesday, Oct. 28. The 2015 Best Global Universities rankings  was done to find which universities are globally best, as well as those that are highly ranked in certain countries and regions and are leaders in key academic subject areas.

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Advice and Tips | Campus Life

Safety advices for International students studying in China

Jyoti BhandariJyoti Bhandari
November 18, 2014
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@www.bjwmb.gov.cn

As China’s economy is growing day by day, some of the big cities like Shanghai, Beijing, Guangdong etc are also developing and booming rapidly. So in recent years we can see a large number of international students entering into China for their higher studies. We all know that studying in China can be really fun experience and we can do many interesting things to make most of our time enjoyable. But the most important thing is that while having lot of fun, there is need to be aware of some dangers that we may encounter during our study period here in China. Therefore today I want to write about some of the safety tips that International students should follow during their stay in China.

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Travel

Traveling in China: Xian and the Terracotta Warriors

SamSam Fowler
November 18, 2014
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Xian is often on the itinerary of many people traveling in China due to its vast history. The Terracotta Warriors are just an hour bus ride away from the center of Xian and are well worth visiting. There are also many other things to do in Xian as well as try the local cuisine. Xian is the capital of Shaanxi province and is located in the North West of China. It is one of the oldest cities in China and was one of the Four Great Ancient Capitals. Since the 1990s it has experienced a resurgence in terms of culture, industry and economics resulting in a good blend of history and modernity.

Traveling in China Xian Old City Wall

A part of the Xian Old City Wall

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Campus Life | Learning Resources | Tsinghua University

Middle East and US-China Relations Discussion at the Brookings-Tsinghua Institute

Larissa PaschynLarissa Paschyn
November 17, 2014
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The Brookings-Tsinghua Institute (BTC) Photo by BTC

The Brookings-Tsinghua Institute (BTC)
Photo by BTC

On October 27th, 2014, Brookings-Tsinghua Center for Public Policy hosted a public speech on the Middle East Crisis and Sino-U.S. relations, featuring Martin Indyk, Vice President of Brookings Institution and Director of Brookings’ Foreign Policy program. The speech discussed the future political order in the Middle East and its impact on Sino-U.S. relations, and the possible strategic options of the two countries.

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