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Business in China and Hong Kong with Dr. Sang-Heui Lee - 2014

Dates: May 11-24, 2014
Estimated cost: $1441 + tuition for 3 credits + airfare; for details, contact faculty leader
Courses offered: MGMKT 601 or MGMKT 821
On-Campus Hotel at South China University of Technology

Deadline and Application Requirements: Apply by December 2, 2013
Application: click here

The program consists of business lectures, field trips to industrial and cultural sites, and other activities. The experience of a study trip to Guanzhou, China will expand student’s knowledge base, that is, in often cases, confined in classrooms. 

The program consists of various activities that include:

  • City tours to Hong Kong and Shenzhen
    -Hong Kong (2 days): Hong Kong Stock Exchange Markets (HKEX), sightseeing, cultural places, and shopping districts
    -Shenzhen (1 day): Companies, cultural places, sightseeing, and market places

  • Field trip to companies
    -Chen Liji Pharma Site 
    -Yangchen Evening Paper
    -Pearl River Beer
    -Toyota automobile company
    -UC Technology
  • Sightseeing to cultural sites and performances
    -Guangdong Museum
    -Pearl River Night Cruise with dinner
    -Chinese opera
    -Changlong amusement circus
    -Baomo Garden-
    -Foshan Ancestral Temple
    -Home of Bruce Lee
  • Lectures on China’s economy & business 

  • Cultural Activities
    -Paper Cutting
    -Kung Fu

Guangzhou (Canton), a city of 12 million people, is a modernized city where countless cultural heritages are still extant. 70% of industrial production in China is located in Guangzhou. Being an excellent port on the Pearl River navigable to the South China Sea, and with fast accessibility to Hong Kong, Shenzhen, and Macau, Guangzhou serves as the political, economic, scientific, educational and cultural center. The program includes the city trips to Hong Kong and Shenzhen. 

Faculty Leader
Dr. Sang Lee
Management & Marketing
Kelce College of Business room 110N
Phone: 620-235-4597 

Payment plan: 
1st deposit: $1000 by February 7, 2014 (non-refundable)
2nd  payment: $441 by March 7, 2014

Refund policy: no refunds can be issued under any circumstances

All students are encouraged to purchase trip cancellation insurance (link here) to protect their investment.

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