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Event Intern: Fabienne’s China Amazement

china amazement

I have just sat down, exhausted after one of the most amazing days at the Forbidden City. It is the hottest day of the year so far and the sun glasses were out. I was out with a blonde friend, which made our day even more interesting because it doubled the number of looks and […]


Marketing Intern: My First Week In China!

first week in china

My first week in China was too busy and I like this place although it is completely different from Italy. I left Milan on Wednesday and I arrived in Beijing on Thursday. Jodi, my intern manager was waiting for me at the airport and took me to my apartment straight away. I met other interns […]


First Impressions Of Beijing From An Intern’s Perspectivefirst Impressions Of Beijing From An Intern’s Perspective

Beijing impressions

My expectations of Beijing before arriving was that of an over-populated, heavily polluted city where every native was out to take advantage, in one way or another, of my “foreigness”. I’m fully aware this sounds reminiscent of a Hollywood setting for a dystopian future, but for some time this is honestly what I thought. During […]


Project Intern: My Day 5 In Chengdu

It was a normal day interning at my host company. Until that lunch, I met a very nice man named Zao Jang who kindly took me to a luxurious Chinese restaurant, accompanied by his wife. I didn’t realise who he really was until I got out of his new model Mercedes Benz car. He was […]


Finance Intern: Business Trip To Tianjin

I got set to partake on a business trip on the first day of my internship, it was a very humbling moment to get firsthand experience on what entails of an investors meeting. This trip broke the ice on what I might expect during my time here in China with my host organization. Although the […]


Event Intern: Unforgettable Memories Of Beijing

As someone who are always seeking for life challenges and anticipating for what the world could offer, I’m glad I made my decision coming over to Beijing for my internship. I wouldn’t say that the grass is always greener on the other side, but stepping out from my comfort zone is what I needed. I’m […]