Students To Create Modules for ChinaX
The students who take Chinese History 185: “Creating ChinaX—Teaching China’s History Online” will produce work that will be used by thousands of online learners across the globe.
Widespread Rumors Claim Harvard Students Are Super Studious
According to an op-ed penned by University Professor Robert C. Darnton '60, director of the Harvard University Library, there is a widespread belief in China that the walls of Harvard libraries are graced by 20 allocutions which express an expectation that Harvard students constantly grind away at studies.
Benefit Raises Funds For Chinese Orphans
Harvard China Care’s Seventh Annual Benefit Dinner and Silent Auction Saturday nigh, designed to raise money for orphans in China, featured humorous and thought-provoking speeches
China Care Benefit Dinner
Harvard China Care’s Seventh Annual Benefit Dinner featured speakers Sheryl WuDunn, Joe Wong, and Eric I. Lu ‘09. The dinner raised money for charitable causes in China through a silent auction.
Events Highlights Global Warming Challenge in Maldives
Former president of the Maldives Mohamed Nasheed speaks without equivocation in the film “The Island President,” screened at Harvard Law School early Monday evening. Climate change is “the most important fight is the fight for our survival,” he says in the film.
Beijing University Students Visit
Students from Beijing University mingled with Harvard students and faculty during their 10-day visit to Harvard, which featured events focusing on social entrepreneurship and education
Peking University Students Visit Harvard, Boston Area
The Harvard China Fund hosted a group of 15 students from Peking University in Beijing on a 10-day trip which exposed them to the American education system and social entrepreneurship. The journey inspired some students to develop their own plans to reform Chinese education.
Alumni Join ‘The Amazing Race’
When ‘The Amazing Race: China Rush’ sent its contestants to a region near the Chinese-Korean border and challenged them to down 1.2 kilograms of Kimchi, most teams became frantic. Charles R. Melvoin ’10 and Ryan K. Burke ’10, on the other hand, quietly drew back their chairs, thanked the servers, and finished the fire-hot Korean dish in under fifteen minutes.