8 Questions with Jeremy Goldkorn, Editor-in-Chief of SupChina
Jeremy Goldkorn is co-founder of the Sinica Podcast and editor of SupChina.
Project Pengyou Leadership Training Summit Fall 2016 at Harvard University
This fall, we went back to Harvard University during Columbus Day Weekend (Oct. 10-13, 2016) to lead our fourth annual Project Pengyou Leadership Training Summit, bringing together 39 bright and passionate young leaders from across the country, all of whom have lived and studied in the US and China.
Application for Fall 2016 Project Pengyou Leadership Fellows Program Now Open!
Project Pengyou Chapter Reunion and Leadership Retreat 2016 Highlights
This June, for the second time since the launch of the Project Pengyou Chapter Network in March 2014, Project Pengyou Chapter Leaders from across the United States gathered at the University of Maryland to celebrate and learn from each other.
EVENT RECAP: Building Your China Career: Opportunities in the US-China Space
On June 13th, 2016 Project Pengyou, returned to the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies - China (SAIS - China) in Washington D.C. for a speaker panel to give advice on building a US-China Career.
A Chat on Climate Change with China Carbon Forum at the Project Pengyou Courtyard.
On May 16, we hosted the China Carbon Forum and the Center for Sustainability in Shanghai who brought a crew of 25 students from the California State University Maritime Academy (Cal Maritime) in San Francisco to talk about China's evolving emissions trading system.
Fulbright Lecturers Conclude Successful Conference in Lijiang
The U.S.-China Fulbright Program is an official educational exchange between the People's Republic of China and the United States "to provide opportunities for cooperation and exchange in educational fields based on equality, reciprocity and mutual benefit." We were honored to work with the Fulbright Program to organize the Fulbright Lecturer Program Mid-Year Conference and Spring Orientation in Lijiang and meet the talented and inspiring professors sharing their knowledge abroad.
People to People Exchanges in US-China Relations: Forgotten Past, Fateful Future
On June 21st, 2015 Project Pengyou, Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies – China (SAIS – China) and the Committee of 100 brought together over 130 guests including Project Pengyou Chapter leaders, students, and professionals in Washington D.C. to the SAIS campus for a speaker forum featuring expert U.S.-China bridge-builders.
Karaoke in China: 8 Songs to Get You Started
8 indispensable Chinese songs to bust out at KTV.
12 Facts About China You Probably Didn’t Know
Here are some facts you can casually drop at dinner to impress your friends!