Submitted by: Patrick Johansing In the Chinese political system there are two centers of power, the President and the Premier. The current President is Hu Jintao. This position was created in 1982 and it was intended to be mostly a … Continue reading
Submitted by: Ashley Breneman The months leading up to the Olympic games in Beijing proved to be more problematic for the government than most of us were aware. Pollution was just one of the issues that the government had to … Continue reading
Submitted by: Ashley Breneman On January 24th, women drinking at a bar in Mangalore, India were attacked by a group of approximately 40 men representing Sri Ram Sena, â€œthe Army of Ram.â€ The women were attacked for being â€œun-Indianâ€ by … Continue reading
Submitted by: Ashley Breneman As the days go by, and we get closer and closer to our departure to India, there are some important tips that the women must remember. This is not to say that the guys have nothing … Continue reading
It’s not like an abundance of good jobs abound in California right now. Click HERE for some job hunting advice in China from David Wolf at the Silicon Hutong blog. Good post and good advice, David.
I had asked you to read a post on negotiation and the SIlk Market in Beijing, where I will take you for some shopping. To refresh click HERE. Check out this excellent NY Times article, Facing Counterfeiting Crackdown, Beijing Vendors … Continue reading
Submitted by: Morgan O’Hara To piggyback off two recent posts â€“ the first about Zakaria’s manliness, the second about Bollywood’s appeal â€“ I’d like to share an article on how American media corporations are getting fed up of chasing the … Continue reading
Submitted by: Raquel Rusing Body: Few of you may know that I have danced the dances and sang the songs of Bollywoodâ€¦ right here at Cal Poly! Each year a group of students organize a Student Spring Dance Show to … Continue reading