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Beyond Campus, How Military Training Influences Student Life

Five students from these countries talked about the meaning to them of national service in their home country, including Gloria Guo and Xinze Li from China, Ninad Mukherjee from Singapore, Minjae Lee from South Korea, and Eli Levi from Israel.

NYU Shanghai’s Soccer Team Back in Action by Spring 2021

NYU Shanghai does much more than bring students from cultures everywhere around the world to receive an undergraduate education in a small building on Century Avenue in one of China’s largest and most dynamic cities. Beyond academic learning, it provides them with opportunities to explore other talents, such as  drama and performing arts. And, importantly for their physical and emotional health, it fosters their participation in a competitive sports environment. NYU Shanghai offers intercollegiate sports teams in soccer, basketball, volleyball, badminton and tennis, all of which compete in various intercollegiate games here in Shanghai. 

The Arts at NYU Shanghai: A Success | Story of Unprecedented Growth

When NYU Shanghai was founded in 2012 it started by only offering one class in the visual arts and none in musical arts, but exceptional student interest in ensuing years has seen the eighth floor become a hub for artistic minds. According to NYU’s Albert Course list, students in the Spring 2021 semester were offered […]

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996 Declared Illegal by Ministry of Labor- What Does it Mean for Chinese Work Culture?

On the 26th of August 2021, the Chinese top court and Ministry of Labor released a statement reiterating the illegal nature of the 996 work culture that has become a token of tech industries in China. This is only the latest of a series of events which suggest that if Chinese work culture is still here to stay for now, at the very least, there is a shift in the narrative about it.

Insights on the TAMID Fellowship

The TAMID Fellowship is one of the most recognized undergraduate student fellowships, providing students with the opportunity to intern in Israel for 8 weeks, with housing and airfare included. They insure every fellow with food stipends, internships, and three trips around the north and south of Israel as well as Jerusalem. Companies can range from small start-ups promoting women’s safety such as SafeUp, to multinational companies such as KPMG and Deloitte. Networking events with industry experts and direct communication with senior managers make the fellowship unique in its exposure of the Israeli workforce to incoming professionals. This past summer I was one of the two NYU Shanghai students who was able to physically go to Tel Aviv, serving as the first in-person Fellows after the eruption of COVID-19.

NYU Shanghai’s Soccer Team Back in Action by Spring 2021

NYU Shanghai does much more than bring students from cultures everywhere around the world to receive an undergraduate education in a small building on Century Avenue in one of China’s largest and most dynamic cities. Beyond academic learning, it provides them with opportunities to explore other talents, such as  drama and performing arts. And, importantly for their physical and emotional health, it fosters their participation in a competitive sports environment. NYU Shanghai offers intercollegiate sports teams in soccer, basketball, volleyball, badminton and tennis, all of which compete in various intercollegiate games here in Shanghai. 

Insights on the TAMID Fellowship

The TAMID Fellowship is one of the most recognized undergraduate student fellowships, providing students with the opportunity to intern in Israel for 8 weeks, with housing and airfare included. They insure every fellow with food stipends, internships, and three trips around the north and south of Israel as well as Jerusalem. Companies can range from small start-ups promoting women’s safety such as SafeUp, to multinational companies such as KPMG and Deloitte. Networking events with industry experts and direct communication with senior managers make the fellowship unique in its exposure of the Israeli workforce to incoming professionals. This past summer I was one of the two NYU Shanghai students who was able to physically go to Tel Aviv, serving as the first in-person Fellows after the eruption of COVID-19.

Latin America is Waking Up, and You Should Too

Latin America has been loud. The people have been protesting, cities burning, and governments taken down. Nonetheless, mainstream media still continues to be silent. We are not just cheap and exotic places to vacation, we are places with struggles that matter and need attention too, but that won’t happen until there is a burst in people’s first world bubble. // Latinoamérica se encuentra más revolucionaria que nunca. El pueblo protesta, las ciudades se queman, y los gobiernos se derrocan. Sin embargo, las noticias internacionales siguen ausentes. No solo somos lugares baratos y exóticos para vacacionar, somos lugares que importan y nuestros asuntos también necesitan atención.

Tomorrow, eating on campus!

迎着曙光的早7shuttle永远准点,课间穿梭于走廊的各色身影匆匆忙碌,深夜的图书馆灯火通明,在世纪大道1555号奋斗的每一天,唯梦想与美食不可辜负。而学校的cafe和cafeteria在我们匆匆而过的脚步中究竟扮演着怎样的角色,又隐藏着那些鲜为人知的小秘密?OCA中文部采访了目前餐饮服务的supervisor:Mary Kate,她将通过Q&A的形式带领我们一同探索cafe/cafeteria这两个在日常生活中习以为常,却暗含趣味的地点。 Whenever you are hungry and tired, good food can always cheer you up. What role does the school cafe and cafeteria play on our busy days, and what kinds of little secrets are hidden behind? OCA Chinese Department interviewed colleagues from the Sproutworks team who manage NYU Shanghai catering services. Through the following Q&A part, the supervisor Mary Kate will lead us to explore Cafe/Cafeteria, two interesting places on campus, and solve potential questions for you.