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A Pertinent and Sentimental Culmination

A Pertinent and Sentimental Culmination

Travel is a wonderful thing.  It is exciting.  It is interesting.  It is certainly fun. The opportunity to tour the world with a group of motivated classmates is a unique experience that teaches you far more than can be gleaned from leisure trips though, and it is rare.  During my […]

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Travel Tips for China They Don’t Tell You

Travel Tips for China They Don’t Tell You

I’ll preface this article with a disclaimer: Some people might prepare you ahead of time with some of these tips, but in my case they each came as a surprise that had to be explored and figured out on your own. Hopefully this guide will better prepare you for any […]

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Silmon in China

Silmon in China

Visiting China was one of the most amazing experiences I have ever had. Having never travelled to Asia, I wasn’t entirely sure what to expect. Upon our arrival in China we immediately proceeded to Xiamen, a city similar in size to New Orleans. We were constantly on the move, always […]

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Global Leadership in China

Global Leadership in China

Hello, everyone. I am Steve, a second-year MBA from South Korea. It has been almost two years since I began studying here in New Orleans, and now I am waiting for the graduation ceremony held two weeks later. When I look back on the past two years, the time seems […]

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An opportunity to reconsider China

An opportunity to reconsider China

The final MBA Global Leadership IV trip for China was one of my challenges and brilliant memories in my MBA life. By studying all classes’ materials and learning cultural differences in the business for China, I was confident to visit Chinese cities and local companies. Furthermore, I had a lot […]

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Visiting the US Embassy in Beijing

Visiting the US Embassy in Beijing

During their international business trip to China, the second year MBAs visited the U.S. Embassy in Beijing. The students benefitted from a lecture and discussion with Ms. Yasue Pai, a Commercial Officer, about U.S. corporate entry into the Chinese market. The afternoon at the Embassy provided a valuable perspective for […]

by × March 28, 2014 × Comments are Disabled

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US-China Energy and Trade Forum

US-China Energy and Trade Forum

A large group of Freeman School graduate students attended the US-China Energy and Trade Forum at school on Thursday, October 17, 2013. After brief remarks by the Chinese delegation, the forum was open to a Q & A session. Since the U. S. is an important trading partner, the delegation […]

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Experience, Featured

Reminiscence on the China Trip and Final Farewell from Amy

Reminiscence on the China Trip and Final Farewell from Amy

Hey y’all! This blog will be my last as a Freeman MBA student and it is very bittersweet that this two year journey has come to an end. These past two years have been wonderful and I feel so rewarded by all the experiences I have been able to partake […]

by × May 7, 2013 × Comments are Disabled

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Chapter 2: 生活篇

Chapter 2: 生活篇

交通篇 如果没车(包括自行车),于是千言万语汇成一句话,交通基本靠走.. 哈哈,小夸张了点,戏剧化了点。没有那么恐怖了,只是吊吊大家的胃口而已。

by × October 3, 2012 × Comments are Disabled

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Chapter 2: 浮光掠影

Chapter 2: 浮光掠影

住宿篇   兵马未动,粮草先行。 到异乡他地,首先要解决的第一件事,就是容身之处。当然,New Orleans也不例外。纵有黄金千千万,也抵不过茅屋三寸的温暖。 今年5月份,就陆陆续续有国内的同学联系我,表达了他们对7月份到这边后找房子的焦虑。看着他们心急如焚的留言,我总是尽我所能地去宽慰他们,Tulane学校附件的房源非常丰富,完全没必要在国内的时候就杞人忧天,忧心忡忡。

by × October 3, 2012 × Comments are Disabled