During Chinese New Year, Project Pengyou Campus Chapters on both high school and college campuses across America celebrated and shared the Project Pengyou mission by organizing ways for members to “pay it forward” in their community. In one instance, Harvard University Chapter members visited and spoke at a local school about opportunities and the benefits of study abroad in China. In another, Grinnell University Chapter members visited a nursing home and taught the residents how to write “pengyou” in Chinese.
Project Pengyou Campus Chapters Pay It Forward on Chinese New Year
February 20, 2015
U.S.-China Youth Entrepreneurship and Economic Opportunities Forum in Shenzhen, China
December 9, 2017
Last week, from December 5-8, 2017, Our Executive Director, Alyssa Farrelly, attended the U.S.-China Youth Entrepreneurship and Economic Opportunities Forum in Shenzhen, China. This was the inaugural year of the forum, which was sponsored by US Department of State and All-Youth China Federation. As part of this Forum, 50 American and 50 Chinese emerging leaders in entrepreneurship and […]
Young Leaders Celebrate U.S.-China Friendship and Cross-Cultural Understanding on Pen...
November 26, 2017
November 16 was our fourth annual national Pengyou Day! Young leaders all across the U.S and China held events to promote U.S.-China relations and encourage cross-cultural exchange and friendships. Over 100 campuses including Project Pengyou Chapters and Asia Society Confucius classrooms participated in conjunction with the U.S. State Department’s International Education Week. The nationwide campaign celebrated U.S.-China […]
Building China into Your Career: Expert Perspectives from the Classroom to the Workplace
November 7, 2017
On Monday, November 6th, Project Pengyou co-hosted a special panel event at the Hotel Jen Beijing with the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) and the Hopkins-Nanjing Center (HNC) on how to build China into your career. This marked the third event in an annual series with SAIS (see the 2015 and […]
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