Intersession prints (2)
The second work that get published during the intersession is actually an old piece. I work as a volunteer infographic reporter for CNPolitics, an independent group blog that follows China’s political changes. And this infographic is based on one of the pieces I did for CNPolitics.
The topic is about China’s higher education. In most universities in China, chancellors are given many roles, both academic and administrative ones. It might seem weird to their American colleagues, but at China’s best universities, chancellors more or less have served as senior officials in the government.
We picked up China’s top 10 universities and research about the current chancellors’ experiences. I also gave a map showing the geographic allocation of China’s best higher education resources. Apparently, to ensure that students in different areas get fairly the same education resources, we still have a long way to go. Moreover, there’s also much space for improvement in minimizing government influence on specific university affairs.