Since 2014, China House has taken hundreds of Chinese teenagers to Africa, Latin America and Southeast Asia for research. In the process, these teenagers are trying to figure out how to solve social and environmental problems, how to make the planet more sustainable, and in the process, they are also learning and growing. We have three main initiatives, Wildlife Conservation, Human Development, and Sustainable Belt and Road. For each initiative, we offer both in-field and online Project-Based Learning (PBL) programs. Students will start with desk research and interview experts and organizations in the field, as well as the general public. After seeking answers to the question they proposed, students will present their findings through writing articles, making documentaries, holding related workshops, etc., to broaden their impact.
Why China house
Why for everyone
Our programs are not typical study abroad programs. China House’s dynamic project-based learning (PBL) approach distinguishes us from others. PBL is the embodiment of
1) academic rigor
2) inter-disciplinary study
3) student-centered design
Through PBL, students can immerse themselves in an in-depth exploration of real-world problems and actively seek out solutions.
Our programs not only empower young people to see the world but also engage them in social impact and global sustainable development efforts through research and other means.