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The 100,000 Strong Foundation encourages students of diverse backgrounds from across the country to learn Mandarin and study in China. The Foundation believes that its best ambassadors are the American students who have studied in China and learned about the Chinese culture, language and people first hand. Here is how some of these student ambassadors describe what they gained from their China study abroad experience.
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21 January 2018 Take a look at what a few of our student ambassadors have been up to this quarter! Noah Fitch 费诺, 18 “Just hang on!” advises Noah Fitch. He is speaking to a local elementary school class about...
29 March 2018 Take a look at what just a few of our Student Ambassadors have been up to this month: Mae Jiang, 14 Mae is a student at the Whitney M. Young Magnet High School in Chicago, and joined the Student Ambassador program as...
20 February 2018 US-China YoungPros A generation of American professionals equipped to engage with China This series showcases young American professionals who have studied Chinese for any length of time, including studying abroad in...
The American Mandarin Society's documentary of the week, "Chinese on the Train (火车上的中国人)," is about a photographer, Wang Fuchun (王福春), and series of pictures that he took on...