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Faculty traveling to China are encouraged to notify Gateway director Phoebe You of their impending visit. The staff at the Shanghai office can help by facilitating focused networking, targeted recruitment and support for scholarly work abroad. The Gateways can also help identify accommodations and provide recommendations and general wayfinding. 

TonyFengTony Feng came to The Ohio State University in 2009 and graduated with degree in Logistics at the Fisher College of Business in 2012. Feng not only gained knowledge during his time at Ohio State, but, more importantly, life-long friendships and Buckeye Pride.

“There are many more reasons why I love Ohio State deeply,” Feng said. “The Ohio State University is great and, in some ways, it is even greater than Ivy League schools. From my experience, I can feel what Ohio State engraves in our hearts, and I can feel who Ohio State hopes us to be.  I learned generosity, equality and wisdom which are characteristics and morals that are very hard to learn from universities in China and most universities in the U.S.”

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AUCA1 Career FairThe American Universities China Association (AUCA) Career Fair met great success for the third year connecting over 2,500 students to 160 employers providing over 2,000 internships and full-time positions. The fair was held in Shanghai, Beijing and, for the first time, Shenzhen.

Employers from all industries including Alibaba, IBM, JP Morgan, Unilever, Citi, L’Oreal and Deloitte attended the fair. Ohio State was awarded Outstanding Contribution University by the AUCA committee. Phoebe You, director of the China Gateway, hosted the morning session on behalf of AUCA at the Shanghai event.

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SmartCityThe China Gateway invites all Ohio State alumni, faculty and academic and corporate partners to “Smart City, Smart Mobility,” the first Ohio State Pan-Asia Forum on October 22-23 in Shanghai.

Executive Dean of the professional colleges and Dean of the College of Engineering David Williams and Ford Motor Company Chair and Mechanical and Electrical Engineering Professor Giorgio Rizzoni will make presentations at the forum. 

Industry and academic leaders from the United States, China, South Korea and other Asian countries will share their perspectives on how technology shapes the future of cities and the ways people mobilize within them. Distinguished speakers and representatives of world-renowned institutions are scheduled to attend including Continental, Didi, eHi Car Services, Ford, General Motors, Shanghai Jiao Tong University and The Ohio State University.

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