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Comparison of Determinants of Entrepreneurial Intentions in China and the United States

About the Scholar: Tianhao Li grew up in China and attended Beijing National Day School in Beijing, China The Research: “There is a growing consensus across governments and educational institutions that entrepreneurship is a crucial driver of future economic growth, innovation, and job creation.” This understanding is the basis for Pioneer scholar Tianhao’s decision to […]

East European Jewish Children’s Health Conditions on the Lower East Side, New York City, 1890-1914

About the scholar: Yibing Du grew up in China and attended The High School Affiliated to Renmin University of China in Beijing, China The Research: From 1890 to 1914, more than 2,000,000 East European Jews emigrated to America. Many of them settled in New York City’s Lower East Side, one of the most crowded and […]
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Pioneer research journal for high school students

Impact of School Facilities on the Quality of Senior High School Education in China: A Quantitative Study

About the Scholar: Chen Zhou grew up in China and attended Jiaxiang Foreign Languages School attached to Chengdu No. 7 Middle School in Chengdu, China The Research: Since about 2006, the emphasis of China’s educational program seems to have shifted from quantity of education to quality. Chen looks at a number of school “facilities,” and […]

How Effective is Fiscal Policy in Correcting Income Inequality?

About the Scholar: Tongxin Zhang grew up in China and attended WHBC of Wuhan Foreign Languages School in Wuhan, China The Research: Income equality has a close correlation with social well-being, including higher life expectancy, lower crime rates, and a stable economy. Although most governments have instituted policies to lower income inequality, primarily through social […]
Pioneer research journal for high school students
Pioneer research journal for high school student

From the Dark Knight to Francis Underwood: Twenty-first Century Noir Heroes

About the Scholar: Lu Zeng grew up in China and attended Shenzhen Foreign Languages School in Shenzhen, China The Research: When the world changed on 9/11/2001, the new enemy, terrorism, needed a new kind of hero. Lu suggests that just as the cultural trauma inspired by terrorism was created in part by media coverage of […]

Potential for Developers and Investors in Diabetes Apps to Profit by Improving the Chinese Healthcare Industry

About the Scholar: Cheng Xu grew up in China and attended WHBC of Wuhan Foreign Languages School in Wuhan, China. The Research: At least one in ten Chinese adults suffers from diabetes, accounting for 13% of national healthcare expenditure. Computer apps can provide reminders and monitor conditions to help people with diabetes make the lifestyle […]
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Ethical Considerations of State Responsibility toward Refugees: Analyzing China’s Refugee Capacity from a Socio-Economic Perspective

About the Scholar: Xiangyu Zheng grew up in China and attended the International Department of the Affiliated High School of South China Normal University in Guangzhou, China. The Research: More than five million Syrian refugees have fled the country since 2011. Lebanon, with a pre-conflict population of four million people, hosts one million refugees, and […]

Descartes’ Justification of the Reliability of Memory

About the scholar: Kehui Guo grew up in China and attended Beijing World Youth Academy in Beijing, China. The Research: Descartes’ Meditations on First Philosophy claims to prove the existence of a perfect God and the immortality of the human soul. It relies in large part on the “dream argument,” which notes the difficulty human […]
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An Institutional Analysis of the Military’s Role in the Egyptian Economy

About the Scholar: Xinshi Ma grew up in China and Egypt and attended BASIS International School Shenzhen in Shenzhen, China. The Research: For the 30 years of Hosni Mubarak’s presidency, Egypt’s military played a much smaller role in the economy than it had under the two previous leaders, Nasser and Sadat. After the 2011 Revolution, […]

The Transformation of Hip-Hop Music Lyrics in China under Political Censorship from 2017 to 2018

About the Scholar: Baoyan Ye grew up in China and attended the High School Affiliated to Shanghai Jiaotong University in Shanghai, China.  The Research: In the summer of 2017, The Rap of China, a reality competition show, brought Chinese hip-hop music from underground to mainstream in just two months. Chinese hip-hop artists followed two main […]
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