Washington, DC-based Foreign Policy magazine is researching a major digital feature on educational programs that connect the United States and China, called China U. They are currently researching the long-term impact that U.S. schools have on students from China. They’ve prepared a survey for Chinese students who have studied in the United States in the past five years, and they want your help. Please take a few minutes to fill out the short survey, here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/fpstudentsurvey
Survey findings will be featured on ForeignPolicy.com’s website, likely in June or July. In addition, the survey includes two open fields for respondents to express the individual impact studying in the United States has had. FP editors will contact those with particularly compelling entries to discuss the possibility of authoring their own contributions to the digital feature. FP will not publish or share the names of any respondents without their explicit written consent and will not share their personal information with any third parties.

Respondents must complete the survey no later than June 15 for their results to be guaranteed inclusion. FP can’t pay for information or interviews, but those who complete the survey are entered into a drawing that will award five year-long subscriptions to our print and online magazine.

Disclaimer: I am not part of the China U project. But I am personally very excited to see the survey result and their final report!