Creating Global Koreans (Part 1 of 3)

by: | March 24, 2015

For many Americans, South Korea is best known for kimchi, K-Pop, cars and consumer electronics. For those involved with international education however, South Korea has long been known one of the top […]

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A Brief Look at International Student Mobility

by: | March 20, 2015

Over the past decade, American private schools have witnessed firsthand the considerable increase in the number of international students who are both interested in, and able to, spend their high […]

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Public or Private? International Families Decide

by: | March 18, 2015

In recent years, the number of international students enrolling in American public schools has steadily increased. Although they only comprise around 5% of all international secondary school […]

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Chinese Banquets and American Parties

by: | March 10, 2015

Chinese Banquets and American Parties A Chinese Banquet is a well-orchestrated affair that starts with a polite, cheerful opening speech, proceeds with a selection of prepared dishes and ends at a […]

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