NYU Shanghai leadership team sees "rare opportunity" as inaugural class takes shape

February 16th, 2013  |  by  |  published in Features, News & Opinion

NYU Shanghai leadership team sees "rare opportunity" as inaugural class takes shape

Class of 2017 applicant selections are underway as NYU Shanghai leadership looks to make the most of a "rare opportunity" in international education to "bring cultures together"

Why Pudong?

February 4th, 2012  |  by  |  published in Features, News & Opinion

Why Pudong?

Zach Hollo wonders what might be lost when NYU Shanghai relocates to Pudong, leaving the local charm and grit of Zaoyang behind for Shanghai's gleaming financial district…

The Shanghai World Financial Center: A view of the city from the top

March 30th, 2011  |  by  |  published in zS Blogs

The Shanghai World Financial Center: A view of the city from the top

Stacy Wong enjoys the view from China's tallest (for now) building, the WFC, and gets that "floaty feeling you get when you tread on air."

Exploring Shanghai's super-tall skyscrapers

December 22nd, 2010  |  by  |  published in Arts & Culture, zS Blogs

Exploring Shanghai's super-tall skyscrapers

NYU senior Michaela Kron has spent part of the fall semester exploring the importance of Shanghai's new super-tall Lujiazui skyline, a kind of concrete and symbolic graph of Shanghai's ascendancy as a truly global center of finance and a wide-open space for cutting-edge architecture.  And, in case you haven't noticed, the graph is trending up… way up. Michaela's interest in […]

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