Asia Education

Why should a student from Asia consider the University of Wyoming?

By Tue, Sep 21, 2010 5:27AM UTC

Why? That is the wrong question. What you should ask is “why not”? Well, since you asked, let me explain why you should consider UW – the University of Wyoming. But first, let me tell you a little bit about myself.  I was born and raised in the city of Jinan,

An anecdote on the state of our education

By Mon, Sep 20, 2010 4:47PM UTC

A friend was applying for an American university and asked me to help him with his personal statement. The following ensued: “The question says to write on an issue of local, personal, national, or international concern and its importance to me. Any ideas?” He produced a notebook and on each

Thai statistic of the day: young people don’t care about politics!

By Sat, Sep 18, 2010 7:00AM UTC

By Saksith Saiyasombut Note: the following post contains satire! Here are some numbers for you as seen in an article by the Bangkok Post… An opinion survey by Bangkok Poll at Bangkok University found that more than 60 per cent of young people pay little or no attention to politics. The

Saudis’ and Aussies’ weekend get-together

By Thu, Sep 16, 2010 9:52AM UTC Saudis' and Aussies' weekend get-together

Nowadays, with so much negative press on this person or that person – on this country or that country – on this religion or that religion – it is nice to see that sometimes a different reality exists from what we are fed by newspapers, or from those in TV

Wyoming is adventure

By Wed, Sep 15, 2010 10:46PM UTC

Chances are, if you’ve heard of Wyoming, images of the “wild west,” never-ending views, Yellowstone, and the Grand Tetons fill your imagination.  No question, these images are part of our history, our heritage and our surroundings.  Wyoming is more than a good vacation spot.  For me and my family it