“The only way to truly understand the society, culture, politics, and business of China was to be here.”
A great article with a lot of insight. You will not regret living in China!http://thoughtcatalog.com/andrea-xu/2014/… ... SEE MORESEE LESS
Everyone Should Live In China At Least Once
Go live in China and experience the chaos, the people, the culture, the food. Go and meet new people...
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TBC's summer program ChinaGreen starts tomorrow! Part of the 4-week program includes nine days of excursion and one of the places students will travel to is Zhangjiajie National Park. Located in Hunan province, Zhangjiajie is one of China's most sensational landscapes. Find out more information and check out some pictures here:http://www.zhangjiajietourism.us/about.html ... SEE MORESEE LESS
Zhangjiajie: China's National Park
Zhangjiajie is a region of China beloved for its magnificent natural beauty. One of the most fascina...
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In his latest column in the Wall Street Journal, TBC's Dean of Academics and Faculty, Russell Moses, talks about the messages behind two of Xi Jinping's recent speeches. Check it out here: http://blogs.wsj.com/chinarealtime/2015/… ... SEE MORESEE LESS
China’s Xi Puts Up a Stronger Front
After a successful month selling his vision of China abroad, Chinese President Xi Jinping has turned...
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Great end to an even better semester. Check out the pics from TBC's spring semester closing ceremony. Can't believe it has already been two weeks since the semester ended. We miss you guys!!Also be sure to follow @TheBeijingCenter on Instagram! Followers 100 and 150 will get a free TBC sweatshirt! Stay tuned!https://instagram.com/thebeijingcenter/ ... SEE MORESEE LESS
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TBC full-year student ('14-'15), Briana Roberts, was the recipient of the Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship this past semester. As part of her scholarship, she documented journal entries of her experience in China. Her latest post is about TBC's very own Dean of Student Development, Nick Poché!! She writes about his position and the influence he has had on her and all TBC students. Check out her journal entry here: http://reachtheworld.org/brianas-journey-china/… ... SEE MORESEE LESS
Pathways towards a globally-oriented career | Reach the World
Today I will write about my program’s Dean of Student Development. What does one do under this job...
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A power outage at the restaurant did not stop the TBC staff from treating the spring semester Chinese roommates and tutors to dinner. One of the main reasons TBC was ranked as the 5th overall study abroad program in the world and #1 in China (studyabroad101.com) is because of the incredible dedication, hard work, and friendship of the Chinese roommates and tutors. Many thanks to our Chinese students that make this possible. ... SEE MORESEE LESS
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Check out TBC's Dean of Academics and Faculty, Russell Moses' latest column in the Wall Street Journal about the effects of a recent shooting in the Heilongjiang Province:http://blogs.wsj.com/chinarealtime/2015/… ... SEE MORESEE LESS
Amid Shooting Debate in China, Party Points Fingers – Even At Itself
The Heilongjiang shooting suggests that the Communist Party continues to be troubled about its own s...
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Many TBC alumni say the best part of their abroad experience was living with a Chinese roommate. Experience the benefits of living with international students back in Chicago by applying to live in Loyola's International House. This is a strong community of students from all over the world with many cross-cultural events each month. For more information, check out: http://luc.edu/oip/aboutoip/… ... SEE MORESEE LESS
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Today marks the 16th annual Great Wall Marathon! Although it is widely considered the most challenging marathon in the world, runners will be rewarded with the breathtaking view from atop the wall. This year, two students from TBC's spring semester attempt to conquer the wall. For more information, check out:http://great-wall-marathon.com/ ... SEE MORESEE LESS
Great Wall Marathon
Since its inception in 1999, the Great Wall Marathon has become revered as one of the world's most c...
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