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The future speaks Chinese
So many things were different then, in the mid 1950s, when Asia Society was born — not only in terms of politics, and the relative economic power of the U.S. and the nations of Asia. Of course, few would have predicted that within a generation’s time...
Behind the glamor and luxury of private schools for the rich in New York: Using money to "overwhelm people"
Dr. Mckenna Borer
A private school in New York is a gathering place of rich children - those with wealthy parents who are willing to spend a lot of money to beautify their transcripts and help their children get into top universities.
International students receive good news when New Zealand announces plans to reopen borders
Miss Maud Hahn
Study Group CEO Emma Lancaster has warmly welcomed the news that New Zealand has announced plans that gradually open up its borders and welcome international students...
20 universities with the best student-to-staff ratio in the world
Dr. Mariano Borer
Times Higher Education (THE) publishes a list of universities with the lowest student-to-staff ratio around mid-February each year, based on data collected when making world university rankings...
Find your way: Productivity tips and tools for successful learning
Coming back from what is a long holiday, it’s hard to blame oneself for getting distracted. With so much going on around us and so many commitments to juggle, here are some top tips to help you regain focus and master the art (or science?)...
10 effective study habits successfully applied by students
Ms. Henriette Kozey
Hard work is required, but the key to effective learning is knowing how to study smarter, not harder. The more you study, the more true this is...
Chinese professor said: When children are lazy to study, instead of scolding, take them to these 3 places
Through these 3 places, children will see people from all walks of life, what the difference is between less educated and more educated people.
5,000 international students can come to New Zealand from April
The New Zealand government has announced the reopening of its borders. Accordingly, from next April, 5,000 international students can come to New Zealand to enter the second semester of the academic year starting in July...