After two trips to Hong Kong interviewing at protests, Trevor Klein CM ’24 earned a spot in the Tokyo International Short Film Festival for his documentary.
As China’s national security law for Hong Kong comes in effect, Christopher Tan PZ ’21 reflects on what it means for the city.
With tens of thousands of students returning to China after fleeing COVID-19 abroad, the Chinese government is taking strenuous measures to prevent them from reintroducing coronavirus. Rather than setting returnees up for criticism and bullying, China must bear the undeniable responsibility of accommodating its own citizens.
As the Chinese government faces scrutiny over its handling of the spread of COVID-19, national news outlets have turned to Claremont McKenna College professor of government Minxin Pei for insight into the government’s inner workings
On Feb. 29, the Claremont Chinese Student Association held its annual Spring Festival Gala, where students celebrated the Year of the Rat.
As the coronavirus issue escalates in China, some 5C students were forced to make changes to their planned study abroad experiences.
As violent clashes between police and protesters in Hong Kong shifted to college campuses, most 5C students studying there were evacuated.