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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. 

The China Gateway is helping Ohio State convince admitted first year students that the Buckeye state is the place to be autumn semester to start their college career in the United States.

The China Gateway is partnering with undergraduate admissions in the Office of Student Academic Success to host webinars for first year admitted students to provide more information about the university, answer questions and encourage them to commit to Ohio State.

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thumbnail 9bYinzhen Fang earned his MBA from Ohio State in 1992 after completing an undergraduate degree in chemistry. He is currently the vice president of human resources at Proctor & Gamble in the greater China area. He chose Ohio State because of the advantages it had to offer. Being a large school, Fang was able to make connections with classmates, network with professors and even become a football fan.

Fang says that Ohio State had a large influence on his career choice. Before attending, he worked for a small company, and after graduation he got a job at a German company. He says his study abroad background allowed him to better understand the corporate culture of international companies.

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caoHeping Cao is an economist, professor and the doctoral supervisor at Peking University School of Economics. He holds a master’s degree in economics, a master’s degree in agricultural economics and a doctorate degree in international finance from The Ohio State University.

Cao says he was impressed by the rigorous teaching style at Ohio State and that was what ultimately led to him getting three degrees from the university.

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