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South Korean undergraduate Donghyun Shim talks about his motivation for choosing Duke Kunshan over his long-held plan to study in the United States, and why he’d like to travel back in time to tell himself not to worry.

Kelley Reardon, an American graduate student with the university’s international master of environmental policy program, busts some myths surrounding DKU as she shares her unique perspective.

Newly recruited faculty from Duke Kunshan met with colleagues at Duke University in the U.S. to take part in the Learning Innovation Fellowship program, which saw them discuss curriculum development and innovation, as well as design syllabi for unique interdisciplinary courses.

Many kinds of emotions can compel us to eat, positive and negative, but psychologists warn that the practice can have long-term health consequences. Here’s some advice on how to identify potentially unhealthy behaviors and tackle one of the biggest triggers of emotional eating: stress.

Each installment of Six Months On sees an early decision student from Duke Kunshan’s inaugural undergraduate Class of 2022 talk about what it’s like to making such a big decision at a young age and about their experiences so far on campus. This time, we hear from Uros Osmokrovic...