• Social Mission in Myanmar

    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.

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  • Summer Internship Series: Shaping Public Policy in Washington D.C.

    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 als

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  • Martin Teng in Abu Dhabi

    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 hom

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  • Bo Donners in Berlin

    An avid traveler and hiker, Bo Donners ‘18 shares her study away experience in Berlin, her internship in New York and her advice of waking up to be amazed where you are every single morning.

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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. The teacher was giving instructions in Mandarin

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  • Kalkidan Fekadu Eteffa, ‘18 - Computer Science

    I was born in Addis Abba, Ethiopia to a mother who beat the odds in attaining both her bachelors and masters degree. From my childhood to today, she has been the strongest woman I’ve met. Luckily, both my parents ensured that my sisters and I grew

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  • spotlight

    The Sextants of Beijing: Global Currents in Chinese History

    The myth that Chinese civilization is monolithic, unchanging and perenially cut off from the rest of the world has long obscured China's diverse and dynamic history. Drawing on research, NYU Shanghai Provost ...

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    Why We Read Fiction: Theory of Mind and the Novel

    Einat Natalie Palkovich, Lecturer at NYU Shanghai’s Language Center recommends Why We Read Fiction: Theory of Mind and the Novel by Lisa Zunshine. “Lisa Zunshine’s book came out just as I was settling in to ...

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  • live

    Hong Kong, Hawaii and Pacific Rim Writing

    The Literary Reading Series at NYU Shanghai: Hong Kong, Hawaii and Pacific Rim Writing   On May 11, the final Literary Reading Series [1] event of this academic year brought Hawaii-based poets Susan Schultz, Wawa (Lo Mei Wa) and poet-translator Henry Wei Leung ashore in Shanghai to perform and discuss pieces that celebrate not only writing from Hawaii, but that also draw points of connection throughout the Pacific.   Below please enjoy several of their featured  poems and translation works.   Flying Tree (originally published in Cha [2]) by Lo Mei Wa [3] and translated from the Chinese by He...

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