“China’s education system produces stellar test scores. So why do 600,000 students go broad each year to study?,” written by Yingyi Ma, was published in the Washington Post’. Ma suggests that Chinese students are motivated to study abroad because of disappointment with the Chinese education system, which they assert “stifles creativity” and “entails hellish hours of studying.”
“Are Western universities doing enough for their Chinese students?,” co-authored by Associate Professor of Sociology Yingyi Ma, was published in Times Higher Education (THE). According to the authors, US institutions need to invest more in direct recruiting in China, do more to integrate Chinese students, and provide diverse networking opportunities for them.