China is definitely a place for people who enjoy a challenge. A huge, diverse country with a long, long history, there are so many fascinating aspects to explore. It may be over 700 years since Marco Polo chronicled his travels around China, but even today few Chinese outside of the main cities have ever seen a 'Laowai' because the country and its culture remain inaccessible to the vast majority of westerners.
East Asia is one of the most economically dynamic regions in the world and will China will soon rival Japan as the second largest economy in the world. China is host to numerous U.S. multi-national firms or their subsidiaries (including Coca-Cola, Ford, GE, GM, KFC, Kodak, McDonald’s, Motorola, Wal-Mart, and Xerox). China makes more than 50% of the cameras sold worldwide; 30% of the air conditioners and televisions; 25% of the washing machines; 20% of the refrigerators; 40% of all microwave ovens sold in Europe.
Studying in China may be the best possible way to adventure. In addition to picking up Chinese skills, you will also learn about a fascinating culture and a very different way of life.
China's universities attach great importance to good school spirit. In many universities, a good school spirit is embodied by diligence, hard work, strictness, realism, pioneering, innovation and originality. Based on the characteristics of their specialties, different universities accentuate specific aspects of school spirit.
For instance, medical universities install in their school spirit the concept of humanitarianism; normal universities recommend the students to develop the spirit of sacrifice and be paragons of virtue and learning; and universities of political science and law encourage the students to cultivate noble characters and to be upright and just, honest and faithful to the duties.By studying in China you will gain academic success, grow as an individual and go on to bring great honor to your homeland when you return.