The sweeping regulations recently introduced to China's once booming private tutoring sector have pushed the industry near to its end. But there is an exemption.
What’s left for China’s graduates now is to reflect on what they have really learnt over their years in school and prepare for economic recovery.
Chinese international students are all facing a dilemma. Should they return to China or stay in foreign countries? Student visas, housing and work plans are also a major pain in the neck.
One year into an ideal job in a multinational corporation, my friend Lin made the seemingly risky decision to move to a startup. The multinational offered a decent salary, bonuses and a mature training system. What more could a new graduate expect?