The Future of American Study Abroad in China with Sino American Talks and Project Pengyou

March 7, 2017

On Sunday, March 5, Project Pengyou joined with Sino-American talks, a group focused on exchanging perspectives of Americans and Chinese, to discuss the growth and the challenges that Americans studying in China face, and how to ensure that the next generations of cross-cultural leaders have a positive experience in China.

The discussion covered a variety of issues, including the imbalance of China-US student exchange, how to continue student engagement post study abroad, international and public resources for study abroad students, and how to manage expectations. The dialogue featured speakers Uchechi Kalu, the PR/Marketing and Alumni Relations Manager of Americans Promoting Study Abroad (APSA), David Moser, Academic Director of CET Chinese Studies, and Brent Haas the Resident Director of Inter-University Program for Chinese Language Studies (IUP), all bringing different perspectives, ideas, and solutions to the conversation.

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