Highlight - We successfully pitched the idea of setting up a Juilliard campus in the metropolis of Tianjin in 2011. Eight years on, we have been playing an instrumental role in the establishment of the Tianjin Juilliard School, the only overseas campus of the Juilliard School in New York, bridging the gap between two cultures and two peoples along the way.
Currently, we produce custom made experiential learning programs and internships in music, dance, and art history for college students.
Between 2005 and 2010, we set up and managed three China programs for the International Honors Program affiliated with Boston University at the time.
Cities in the 21st Century
Students spend five weeks in China to examine elements and factors that make a city function, i.e. political structure, social network, economic growth, environmental protection, etc.
Health and Community
Students spend five-weeks in China to examine the public health system in China, i.e. its mechanism in dealing with emerging infectious diseases; women and child health; reproductive health; mental health; ageing; and community based health initiatives, i.e. NGOs work in HIV/AIDS prevention; integration of Traditional Chinese Medicine into western medicine.
Emerging India and China
This eight-week summer program compares the two emerging powers in political structure, social activism, economic growth and future competition and cooperation.