Tuesday, September 26 2017 • Issue 72
Beijing battles with pro-democracy political forces in Hong Kong. Ben Haller shares his analysis of the situation.
Sarabi Eventide reports on NYU Shanghai's new homestay program and its progress so far.
The Paralympics, one of the biggest celebrations of diversity in sports, is notoriously treated like a quiet, underfunded afterparty of the Olympics.
Trump's rhetoric has a negative effect on Muslims...but Baaria Chaudhary points out how his ideas negatively impact all of America.
"Feminism - it’s not crazy, it’s common sense."
Stephanie Ulan reviews "Girl in Translation," an honest look at Chinese immigrant life.
Pramugdha Maheswari covers NYU Shanghai's Study Away Re-Entry Conference, the first of its kind on campus.
Sarah Tahir introduces Girls Gone International's Shanghai chapter, a free non-profit organization connecting female expats around the city.