Most research on language study shows that the younger you start, the easier language acquisition is, so why not go to China as early as possible? We’ve put together a list of programs for high schoolers of programs with funding options!
Meet Olivia, Project Pengyou Summer intern who had a glimpse of China in transition from a young age and wanted more.
Last week a group of 30 high school students participating in Americans Promoting Study Abroad stopped by the Project Pengyou courtyard to learn more about our mission.
Project Pengyou Intern, Kimberly Chen, shares her transformation from Asian in America, to Asian-American, and why going abroad was a life-changing experience for her.
Studying abroad in China can be fun, practical, and the biggest adventure of your life, and Pengyou intern, Nate Levin, is going to give you 7 reasons why for him, it was all those things and more.
Project Pengyou intern, Kim Chen, collects slices of life from Pengyous across China in a Humans of New York inspired series of photos.
U.S. universities snag 16 of the top 20 spots.
Austin Groves and Francis Miller tell you all you need to know about Chinese government scholarships.
Austin Groves and Francis Miller discuss the three eligibility criteria and five types of scholarships for China study
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