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Dean is a University Scholar and a senior accounting major in the Cox School of Business. In summer 2011, he is traveling to Hong Kong with the SMU-in-China Business program to get a firsthand look at modern China’s unique culture and business practices. He says he also plans to do some touring (and attempt to get by without knowing a single word of Chinese …) Continue reading
In July 2011, nine BBA students are participating in the SMU-in-China: Business program at The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK), in partnership with the Cox School of Business Global Programs Office and SMU Abroad. SMU-in-China: Business is a four-week residential program that introduces students to China’s contemporary economic, political and business environment. The program focuses on business management in the context of Chinese culture and values.
Jina, a senior management major in Cox School of Business, is spending summer 2010 in Hong Kong with the SMU-in-China program. Continue reading
John, a junior accounting major at the Cox School, is spending Summer 2009 in Beijing with SMU-in-China, studying third-year CHIN 3311/3312. He is most excited about exploring all of the cultural highlights the city has to offer and is ready to immerse himself in Chinese culture. Continue reading
Dan is a senior cinema-television major who is producing, writing and directing a TV show with Televisa during the Beijing 2008 Olympics. Continue reading
Ben, a 2009 graduate in history with a minor in Mandarin from Dedman College and business from the Cox School, is living in Beijing as a Princeton-in-Asia teaching fellow. He will be teaching at the China Foreign Affairs University for the 2009-2010 academic year. At SMU, Ben studied abroad with the SMU-in-Beijing program at Associated Colleges in China. You can read his older blog here. Continue reading