Picking a tall white guy out of a billion or so Chinese is harder than we thought. Zach Hollo's going all kinds of places in China and writing about it. Seen him around?
Posts by zaiShanghai
NYU Liberal Studies Core Program students—aka "the Freshmen"—headed to Moganshan for a weekend of writing, hiking and exploration, both of crumbling Jazz Age foreign concession-era resort villas and of their own emerging identities as writers. LSP Core student Eulalie van Leeuwen a.k.a. Lily Lion was there with her camera, recording students reading their work in the […]
A year after studying abroad at NYU Shanghai, Bram Schumer and Lucy Wang look back at their time in Shanghai, offering tips and advice for newcomers
NYU Shanghai's Arielle Feldshon has spent part of her final semester out in Sichuan, working (and having coffee breaks) with Habitat for Humanity China.
Choosing a winner may be harder than balancing a bunch of spinning plates while walking on other plate-spinning peoples' heads, but we have to try…
Kush Rauhila writes about the pleasures of supplementing his NYU Shanghai courses with ECNU music and martial arts classes.
Bo chats with the band about Shanghai's scene, where musicians experience opportunities, frustrations, inspiration and challenges in equal measure
Kush Rauhila explores Suzhou's tea shops, canals, lanes and temples, finding a relaxing escape from the non-stop buzz of Shanghai.
Over at Shanghai Art Chase, Elizabeth Wu writes about the Alex Katz show at the James Cohan Gallery in the French Concession.
It's a cliche because it's true: Shanghai is a study in contrasts. Kush Rauhila is glad to be a student of the city during his semester abroad at NYU Shanghai.