China Experience - September newsletter

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10 years anniversary

We recently celebrated our 10 year anniversary with partners, clients and friends of the house. China Experience has since 2005 been working on bridging the gap from Denmark to China and help professionals, organizations, schools and public institutions learn about China. We are proud and grateful to be a piece of this big puzzle - and greatly appreciated participation from all our guests during this wonderful day. We hope to continue the partnerships and collaboration for the next 10 years!

In this addition of the newsletter, you can learn more about what has been keeping us busy. Changes in the Chinese currency, getting new team members, starting a new chapter in our online presence and development of concepts to promote knowledge about China - a place that is never boring or standing still!

China seminar for highschool teachers

China seminar for highschool teachers
China Experience and the The Danish National Union of Upper Secondary School Teachers held a successful seminar about current affairs in China on September 2nd with leading experts in fields like social media, business and the one child policy. The output was concrete knowledge and useful information to use across subjects.

One of the prominent speakers was Qi Wang who is Associate Professor, Ph.D in Political Science at University of Southern Denmark. Qi Wang has researched China’s controversial one child policy for decades and she believes change might be under way.

Qi Wang, PhD and Lecturer, SDU
Click on the image to hear Qi Wangs analysis
Currious about this? At China Experience we work with many partners and specialists to create meaningful theme days tailored to specific needs. Contact us for a dialogue!

China Experience is also organizing a study trip to China in November in cooperation with Christina Boutrup and GL-E.

New website!

We're up and running with our new website that now reflect our identity as a hybrid in travel and consultancy on China.

Its still in beta-mode, but we a happy with it, and hope it can inspire many more to explore the China Experience to expand and build their business and knowledge. We will be sharing trends and insights about China continously. 

Find it at the usual here

Psssst! We are riding the social media wave as well and are active on Linkedin and Facebook

RMB devalued

There has been a lot of speculation about the Chinese market with the RMB devalued and the stock market crashing. But experts say the fear of China crashing is overrated and a wrong image of the complexity in China.

Confused? We recommend reading the coverage from the New York Times or if you speak Danish, journalist and author Christina Boutrup also recently covered it in her radioprogram Kina Snak here

Team China Experience

At China Experience we are proud to welcome the newest member of our team - Frederik Kofod. Frederik is studying Innovation Management at Sino-Danish Centre and is our business development manager on the ground in Shanghai. 

We work with different institutions to continously improve and expand our team with talented persons, and are always happy to receive unsolicited applications. If you're interested contact us or learn more Frederik and the rest of our team here!
In this video principal Jens Nielsen explains that the young Danes and Chinese can learn a lot from each other and therefore the exchange is very beneficial. 

Chinese business going global

Tip of the month!
How are Chinese business going global? McKinsey China executive Gordon Orr shares his insights in four ways people not in China may feel the increasing influence from the East.

Learn more here

A pioneer school in China

The exchange of culture and knowledge is blooming when Danish schools collaborate with Chinese partner schools. We met one of the pioneers in this field, Jens Nielsen, Principal of Støvring High School.

It all began in 2001 when the Chinese Professor Li Xing from Aalborg University asked Jens Nielsen if he could be interested in collaboration with a Chinese school in Jiaxing in Zhejiang Province. As principal for a school with an international profile, he accepted, and since then he has been busy running exchange programs for students and teachers. In 2011 the Danish high school established the first Confucius classroom in Scandinavia.

But what do the Danish students get out of the exchange with their Chinese piers? Get the answers in the video to the left!
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