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Harvard to Open a China Office

World Journal, Posted: Jul 05, 2008


BEIJING -- Harvard Business School and the Harvard China Foundation are setting up a joint office in Shanghai, reports the World Journal. Jay Light, Dean of Harvard Business School, said the Shanghai office will work to recruit Chinese applicants. It will also coordinate and assist faculty and student activities in China, and promote cooperation with Chinese universities. The office is expected to open this fall. William Kirby, president of the Harvard China Foundation, pointed out that a new course 'Doing Business in China in the Early 21st Century' has started at the business school, and that all Harvard students, whether they're studying business or not, need to learn about China.


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