More and more Chinese students have been appearing on college campuses in the U.S. in recent years.
According to the Open Doors Report on Interna?onal Educa?onal Exchange published by the Ins?tute of Interna?onal Educa?on on Nov. 14, 2011, the enrollment of Chinese students in the U.S. was the highest in 2010/11 compared to the interna?onal students from other countries.
Currently, there are 648 Chinese students at University of Denver (DU), but eight years ago, there were only 2 Chinese students at DU.
Chinese students at DU have to face cultural challenges and seeking to increase their interac6on with American students via various events.
Some Chinese students work on campus. It’s a good opportunity for them to work and communicate with Americans.
University of Denver Chinese Students and Scholars Associa?on (DU CSSA) is a organiza?on to help Chinese students join the new culture, enrich their life and promote communica?on among Chinese students in the U.S. DU CSSA mee)ng
DU CSSA organized a ﬁeld trip to the Denver Art Museum Saturday for Chinese art lovers from University of Denver, University of Colorado Boulder and Colorado School of Mines.
The volunteer (right) at the Denver Art Museum is introducing the museum for Chinese students.
A Chinese students is doing printmaking at the Denver Art Museum.
Chinese students par6cipate in many ac6vi6es with American students at DU.
(from la?mes.com) Two USC graduate students from China were killed on Apr. 11 near campus. DU CSSA held a memorial for them. Let the dead rest in peace.
Many Chinese students stopped by, leW massages for the dead, and lighted up candles.