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Career Day

Career Day
By: Xiao Liang Getting up at six in the morning is definitely not something fun or cool. But it was still amazing to see how our center beauties and handsomes dress up nicely in suits when daytime was still yet to come. After sleeping for two hours on the bus, everyone woke up and energetically started talking about this upcoming and mysterious career day. At 11:20am, a group of about 100 center students... 

Alumni Job Hunting Panel Offers Tips to Students

Alumni Job Hunting Panel Offers Tips to Students
On Saturday, December 5, alumni shared job-hunting tips and tricks in the Kuang Yaming Auditorium as part of alumni weekend at the Hopkins-Nanjing Center. Here are some tips and friendly advice they offered students: Show that you are serious by getting involved at the Center. There are many opportunities to enhance your job prospects by actively seeking contacts during your time at the Center. Seek... 
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Alumni Weekend

Alumni Weekend
HNC pride was on full display as the Center held its largest alumni reunion yet over the December 3rd through 5th weekend. “How do I love thee HNC? Let me count the ways,” began American co-director Carla Freeman as she addressed students, alumni, and administration at the welcome back reception in the east lobby on Saturday. Chinese co-director Madam Huang was similarly laudatory, and... 

Food, Drugs, Safety and Diplomacy

Food, Drugs, Safety and Diplomacy
This past Monday December 13th, Dr. Chris Hickey, the U.S. FDA (Food and Drug Administration) Country Director in China, gave a lecture to HNC students. In it, he characterized the FDA’s increasing international role and the projects it’s conducting in China. Due to increasing imports from non-OECD countries over the past decade, the FDA has recently opened international offices in order to improve... 

The Changing Nature of Journalism in the United States

The Changing Nature of Journalism in the United States
On Monday November 15th, Sewell Chan, the Washington Correspondent to The New York Times, had a brief talk and discussion on the topic of “The Changing Nature of Journalism in the United States” (“变化中的美国新闻业性质”). Topics touched upon by the talk and discussion included United States journalism principles, traditional and novel journalistic models (commercial,... 

The United States, China, and the New Global Geometry

The United States, China, and the New Global Geometry
This past Wednesday November 10th, Former Ambassador Chas W. Freeman, Jr. delivered some prepared remarks at the Hopkins-Nanjing Center entitled, “The United States, China, and the New Global Geometry.” His speech touched on a number of international security, economic, political, and regional topics as he interpreted the United States’ diminishing global clout. The Middle...