Fifty years ago, 19-year-old Yu Lizhong embarked on a journey of over 2,500 kilometers to work on the Changshuihe farming commune in Heilongjiang Province. In summer 2019, we followed Yu and three dozen of his fellow “sent down youth” from Shanghai to Heilongjiang to revisit the place where they spent a decade of their lives. Here is the story of that journey.
As the semester came to a close, NYU Shanghai’s classrooms, hallways and performance spaces were filled with students dancing in costume, playing instruments, displaying paintings and photographs, and pitching business ideas as they completed and shared their final course projects.
Visconti and Pe talk about some of their favorite moments at NYU Shanghai, and what’s next on the horizon.
Chemistry student Li Xingpin develops innovative computation method for analyzing the impact of light on molecules.
Congratulations to Harry Zixin Wang ’20, Frank Jiaqiao Xiang ’20, and Owen Junan Zhang ’20.
The NYU Shanghai iGEM team's new tissue generation scaffolds use fish scales and electricity to stimulate growth
“Some don’t think food is a serious topic. Whereas in fact it applies to everything,” says Waley-Cohen.Read more