In this issue
Director's Message
GMBA Students Attend Workshops in Manchester
China Centre Celebrating 10th anniversary
Dubai Economy and Culture Talk
China Centre Meets Prospective Students in West China
International Woman's Day Afternoon Tea
Global MBA Information Session in Beijing
Jan 2018 intake Global MBA Induction
Global MBA Taster on Venture Capital & Private Equity
Global MBA Open Class on Meso-data
Global MBA Taster on Strategic Management
Global MBA Taster on Operationalising and Communicating Value
Global MBA Taster on Managerial Economics
Continue Study Club Event: China Economy
Career Development Series: Breakfast social with friends old and new
Career Development Series: Company visit to Guan Sheng Yuan Group and Alumni Mixer
Healthcare Club Event: A brief discussion on Chinese pharma market
Kids Club Event: Learn English from board games
Continue Study Club Event: Innovation-Driven Start-Ups Session Two
Alumni Career Development series: IET visit
WRSA UK Chapter Chinese New Year Party
Kids Club Event: Chinese Culture Sharing in Celebration of Spring Festival
Continue Study Club Event: Innovation-Driven Start-Ups Session One
Marketing Club Event: Omnichannel Marketing for Brand Commitment
China Centre Features in China Daily
Jan 2018 GMBA Induction features on
2018 MBA Ranking highlighted on
Events in May
Kids Club Event: Chinese Culture Sharing in Celebration of Spring Festival

Commenting on the video which recently went viral in China, Jenfay expressed her sincere wishes for alumni offspring to learn more about Chinese culture and hence she coordinates with the local academy of classic learning to provide a platform for kids to appreciate the beauty of Chinese arts.

During the 3-hour session, alumni and their kids first learned together one traditional Chinese folk song about the country's beautiful landscapes and another song highlighting the importance of education with one line 'with no education, there'd be aberration. To teach well, you deeply dwell.’ Lyrics were explained in easy language and illustrated through hand gestures for younger kids to interperate and understand.

The group then moved onto a poetry performance, reciting ancient Chinese poems with enthusiasm and energy. In addition, the group recited lines from the Three Character Classic, a historical Chinese text written in the 13th century. The teacher focused on the first few verses of the text, stating one of the core Confucian values that human nature is, above all else, good. The teacher also taught the group how to write the character “Fu” in a reverse order on red calligraphy paper, which translate to ‘happiness is here’ and is traditionally hang on doors celebration of Chinese New Year.

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