My Journey to the West – Student Contest!

by: | February 1, 2017

Now that your students have lived in America for a while, they probably have some interesting stories to tell. And we want to hear them! We have created the “My Journey to the West” contest so […]

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Student Viewpoint: Emily’s Story

by: | January 25, 2017

“I wanted to challenge myself,” says Emily*.“ In Chinese middle school, I could already see my future mapped out for me from high school to my first job. I was very shy and knew I needed to […]

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Why You Should Pay More Attention to Students Who Enroll Mid-Season

by: | December 20, 2016

Even though most students prefer to arrive in the fall, some choose to register during mid- season. Some students might not be so sure about studying abroad, and registering mid-season allows them […]

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China’s Diversity – A Look Beyond What Meets the Eye

by: | December 14, 2016

What does the word diversity truly mean? Merriam-Webster defines it as “the state of having people who are different races or who have different cultures in a group or organization.” It’s a […]

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The Universal Language of Food – An Easy Dumpling Recipe!

by: | November 17, 2016

In many cultures, the family unit is one of the most essential building blocks of society. East Asian cultures, especially Chinese, is no exception. Traditional Chinese households used to be a […]

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Annual School Survey Results 2015-2016

by: | October 20, 2016

The Cambridge Network believes feedback from our partner schools is essential in delivering the very best support and services.  To that end, we conduct an annual survey with our partner schools on […]

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