February 13, 2009
Renewed Attention to Social Sciences in China Leads to New Partnerships With American Universities
Rising up from the eastern edge of Peking University's campus, the sleek, U-shaped Leo KoGuan Building wraps around a red Qing-dynasty edifice. The result of a record-breaking donation from a Singaporean tycoon, this merger of old and new marks a departure from the drab socialist architecture so common in China.
But the building is more remarkable for what's inside.
In lecture halls bathed in natural light, students take intensive one-month courses from leading academics from
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