Pulitzer-winning photojournalist Liu Heung Shing recounted his experiences of documenting people’s life in “the sea of red”--transformative China and the Soviet Union in early 1990s.Read more
On December 3, renowned writer and journalist James Fallows brought observations on the current status of US politics and China-US relations to a panel organized by The Economist Global Business Review and the NYU Shanghai Center for Business Education and Research (CBER).Read more
NYU Steinhardt teams up with NYU Shanghai to offer a unique Masters of Arts in TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages), taught in both Shanghai and New York City. The joint program adds to NYU Shanghai’s growing number of graduate degree offerings.Read more
Shanghai, December 4, 2017 - NYU Shanghai senior Nofar Hamrany has been named a 2019 Schwarzman Scholar , ...
On Wednesday, faculty and science journalists from Nature and Guokr examined how scientific discoveries, with...
A group of NYU Shanghai students presented the results of their collaborative research on eliminating harmfu...
On November 17, the Volatility Institute (VINS)  at NYU Shanghai hosted its third annual conference invest...
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 ParRead more
This May, Roman Chen’17 graduated summa cum laude from NYU Shanghai. Shortly after, the self-designed honors major moved to Geneva to join The Graduate Institute in pursuit of a master’s degree in Development Studies.Read more
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 decidiRead more
In this issue, the Alumni Newsletter interviewed Krista Young, who took part in the Princeton in Asia program after graduation and moved to Myanmar to work with social enterprise Proximity Designs.Read more
Summer is a time for travelling, relaxing, catching up with family and friends and… internships. Hank Wu, a rising sophomore at NYU Shanghai, spent part of his summer interning at the U.S. Department of the Treasury in Washington D.C. where he alsRead more
Driven by graphic design, IMA major Teng Ma (Martin) ‘18 used his study away semester at NYU Abu Dhabi to join the basketball team, introduce a logo to the sheikh of Abu Dhabi, and contemplate how to open up design jobs in his northeast China homRead more
“I have always imagined that Paradise will be a kind of library.” - Jorge Luis Borges Since its establishment at East China Normal University in 2013, the NYU Shanghai Library has been providing faculty, st...Read more
works by faculty
This pathbreaking study provides the first comprehensive examination of India-China interactions in the broader contexts of Asian and world history. By focusing on material exchanges, transmissions of knowled...Read more
Three experts on gender and sexuality in modern China presented their research and campaign work at a panel discussion on November 8. Drs. Yang Shen, Minjie Chen and Ying Xin (Iron) talked about online dating, sex education for youth, and the LGBTQ issues in China. Ying Xin (Iron), Executive director of Beijing LGBT Center, talked about the LGBT community in China and introduced the term SOGIE to the audience - Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity and Expression. Ms. Xin discussed attitudes towards the three and she had an important message to the students and faculty members in the audience to “...Read more