Crash-Course in Mandarin Chinese
Learn Chinese Online at ChinesePod

Culture and Education in China
The Education System That Pulled China Up May Now Be Holding It Back--The Atlantic (pdf)
China's Achilles Heel--Forbes (pdf)
A Chinese Education, for a Price--The New York Times (pdf)
Zeroing-in-on-those-who-sowed-seeds-of-chinas-economic-boom--NPR
Chinese Graduates Returning to China--The Economist
China's Answer to the Scripps National Spelling Bee Is a Test Few Could Pass
--The Wall Street Journal

Chinese Students' Experiences in the United States
Cooper Wakefield, presentation

Middle East Resources
About the Middle East

International Education Resources
The Decline of International Studies--Foreign Affairs
Culture Clash in Iowa--CNN
Steve Byrn's Tips for Interacting with International Student

Sandra Issa's Tips for Talking with Non-Native English Speakers
Lawrence Public Library Services

Intercultural Communication
Love in Translation--The New Yorker
How do You Draw a Circle?--Quartz
The secret to disagreeing with people from 20 different countries, in one chart--Washington Post
Why Americans Smile So Much--The Atlantic
Multicultural relationships: Working across cultures and countries--Smithsonian
My Struggle with American Small Talk--The New Yorker
How Diversity Makes Us Smarter--Scientific American
Don't ask where I'm from, ask where I'm a local--TedTalk

 

 


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