• Emma Quong '19, Media, Culture and Communication Major

    NYU Steinhardt student Emma Quong studied away at NYU Shanghai during the fall semester of her sophomore year. Having set out to improve her Chinese language skills and learn about her heritage, the Media, Culture and Communication major soon found h

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  • Lizzy LeClaire '18, Global China Studies

    Enlightenment is a funny thing. You never know when it’s going to hit you. For Lizzy LeClaire, the moment of truth came when she found herself the only non-Chinese person in her Shanghai yoga class.

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  • Roman Chen '17, Self Designed Honors Major

    Roman Chen graduated summa cum laude from NYU Shanghai in May 2017. The self-designed honors major is now pursuing a master's degree in Development Studies at The Graduate Institute in Geneva, Switzerland.

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  • Yixu Lin ’17, Business and Finance Major

    After graduation, Yixu Lin ’17 started her career at Boston Consulting Group (BCG) as an Associate Consultant, which she describes as her dream job. Passionate about both business and the arts, Yixu talks about how she strikes an elegant balance amon

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  • Danielle Sanger '19 Joins Climate Conference

    Since July, Danielle Sanger '19 has been interning at Partnership on Sustainable Low Carbon Transport (SLoCaT), an organization that promotes sustainable transport, and attended the most recent UN Climate Change meeting, the 23rd Conference of Partie

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  • Hengyu Jin '20 – A Letter to My High School

    A year ago, I came to NYU Shanghai with curiosity and dreams, finding it to be like a family built by students from dozens of different countries. Time flies and now I am already a sophomore. After a year of study, I feel even happier about deciding

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    BackLit Talks: Conversations About Literature

    BackLit Talks is a new video series about the art of writing featuring distinguished poets, fiction and non-fiction writers and translators from around the world who have taken part in the Liter...

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    Putonghua: China’s Search for a Common Language

    The Chinese language is thousands of years old, but modern day Putonghua, also known as Mandarin, did not evolve naturally. In this entertaining lecture at NYU Shanghai, author David Moses explains how the modern Chinese language came into being.   ...

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