A recent Tulane study has come under fire for its lack of internationalization.
The Tulane report focused on an international university in Shanghai that enrolled only a few hundred international students in 2017.
The study focused on Chinese universities, though the study was never meant to be used to argue that China is not a good place to study.
The study focused more on Chinese students than any other Asian university, but the university did not provide a way to compare the students of Chinese and Western universities.
It also did not compare the international students with students from the U.S., Australia, Japan, South Korea, and Germany, according to the report.
The report included only international students from countries that are not part of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations, the world’s most populous nation.
This study is not about China or China-related issues.
We don’t know if the study is based on an accurate assessment of China, or if the conclusions are based on incomplete data or unsupported speculation.
However, this is a bad study that we are calling out for not being based on the best available data.
The report, however, has been met with criticism, with several scholars saying it does not provide any meaningful information about China and its students.
Tulane’s report focused mainly on Chinese institutions, and was never intended to be a comprehensive assessment of the Chinese student population.
It has a bias that focuses on a narrow group of Chinese students, according a statement by a representative of the school.
The representative said the university made the mistake of excluding Chinese students from its analysis.
The representative said Tulane’s study also did a poor job of comparing Chinese students to the U: students from Asian countries.
“We want to be fair and not paint Chinese students as somehow inferior, as if they are not American or Asian,” the representative said.
“But our data shows that Chinese students are not as good as American and Asian students.
We should not be surprised that there are gaps between Chinese and non-Chinese students.
It is not surprising that there is a lack of representation of Asian students in this study.”
While the majority of international students are from countries other than China, the majority are students from Eastern European countries.
A number of studies have shown that Chinese universities often enroll students from such countries.
In the past, international students have made up an increasing share of university enrollment in the United States, with a growing share of international and nonimmigrant students from China and elsewhere, according the American Association for College Admission Counseling.
But the study did not include students from other countries, and some scholars have criticized the study as flawed because of its focus on Chinese university students.
This story was updated at 1:02 p.m.
ET to include the university’s statement.