Benjamin Chen, Columbia University
No matter what you’re studying, the lessons you learn in these classes can still apply to your day-to-day life.
Social media influencers and members of the public alike are benefitting from the way in which this Beijing-based app allows for dissipating and receiving information.
Learn about the business world as well as how to better your communication skills and your understanding of advertising, all in just one class.
This 2021 hit became the second-highest-grossing Chinese film ever by presenting familial love and sacrifice in an unprecedented way.
Toxic masculinity and the importance of filial piety in Chinese families are put on display in this popular reality TV series.
The Chinese TV competition show gives viewers the chance to witness the ins and outs of the acting process.
Chloé Zhao’s awarding winning film makes viewers question what’s truly valuable to them.
One year after its release, this famous app is still growing, partially because its exclusivity and audio-only format facilitate a close-knit group experience.
This Chinese reality show displays both a strong sense of community and the importance of grit and a growth mindset.
If you’re looking for a bit of advice on entering the business world, try considering the mentorship, training, funding and peer network advantages of this great pathway.
Struggling with procrastination and feeling overworked? This free class through Coursera will make researching much easier so you can excel in college.
The 2020 Taylor Swift documentary expertly highlights the impact that stardom has had on the singer, while also showing the value of the little moments.
Films and television shows intended to frighten their audience oftentimes make viewers feel calm and peaceful instead. How is this done?
Jolin Tsai’s hit 2018 song and music video explore her personal struggles as an artist by diving into a study of one’s identity.
While the Taiwanese blockbuster focuses on themes that particularly pertain to the LGBTQ+ community, its messages are universal.
This inspiring Netflix documentary highlights Navarro Community College coach Monica Aldama and her dedication to giving her students the drive and opportunity to succeed.
These royal romances are more than meets the eye when it comes to lessons in commitment and love.
Even if it’s not your field of study, taking one of these classes will help you gain a better understanding of yourself and the world around you.
Online studying options will never replace in-person education, but they are still useful for learning and reviewing.
This relatable podcast is the perfect listen for young adults searching for a bit of peer guidance and support.
Watch ABC’s hit reality business show to learn more about the world of venture capital.
The musical comedy is much more than just a show to watch for laughs; it introduces young viewers to the possibility of a positive and inclusive future.
The popular app is much more than just a job site — it’s a place to meet both old friends and new acquaintances in a professional space.
The singing app is a great way to stay connected with friends and will keep your spirits high during these stressful times.
Payton Hobart is an ambitious student with White House aspirations, but he faces challenges that all viewers can relate to.
This Netflix reality TV show focuses on the lives of West Coast real estate agents, but the social issues buried within it are anything but glamorous.
Taking your school courses digitally can be difficult, but here are a few tips to help you stay on track.
Being in social isolation with your significant other during college can be difficult, but here are a few things to think about that may help.
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