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  • Registration Center: Not just a stamp

      New semester starts and as students return back to their campus, they all have to register for the new semester. At this time, the Registration Center is especially busy. Students hand their student card to the teachers and a new red stamp in their booklet signifies the official start of a semester.In fact, the Registration Center is not just about putting in a stamp. Its functions are closely related to the students’ courses and every procedure. It is a place where every student must come in contact with.Currently, the duties of registra......

  • Influencing Tsinghua: Mr. Liang Qichao's speech “Gentleman”

  • Tsinghua University and Columbia University Launched a Dual ...

  • Course “Metal Working Technology Practice”: Developing Stude...

  • That’s the first song that you heard

      “I know it for real. This could be the start of something new…”Singing is an essential part of our youth. Faced with graduation, students sing their farewell to their campus life and welcome a new beginning. The evening of May 16, Tsinghua graduates held a concert at the Zijing Playground. Different from previous years, this is the first time that a music festival was held outdoors. There was definitely a more “festive” feel to it. Mr. Cheng Hui, one of the organiz......

  • Danish Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt visits Tsinghua

  • “Supporting you into Tsinghua” Xie Chuanhui: Taiwanese girl’...

      Miss Xie Chuanhui’s favourite line is “No matter what you do and who you meet, it’s all part of your destiny so there is no need to worry.” You can see how laid back and open she is. After moving to Shanghai with her parents during the fifth grade of primary school, not only was she quickly adjusted to the life in Shanghai but she also received top marks at school. At the end of high school, she sat for the General Scholastic Ability Test (college entrance test in Taiwan)......

  • Tsinghua and UC Berkeley launch research and graduate educat...

  • Passion and Youth in the “Teahouse”