PKUSZ Int’l Students visit Shenzhen Longgang District

A group of 39 students from Peking University HSBC Business School (PHBS) visited the Longgang District of Shenzhen on February 27. The outing was a part of the “China Studies” course taught by Professor Huang Haifeng. Visiting Professor Gerhard Stahl, the former Secretary General of the European Committee also accompanied the team on their many … More PKUSZ Int’l Students visit Shenzhen Longgang District

UTSZ Welcomes Toastmasters

On March 14, PKU Shenzhen hosted its first meeting of Toastmasters International, a non-profit organization that promotes public speaking and leadership skills for its members. Leaders from the organization are hoping to create a new club for University Town Shenzhen. The organization spans the globe, with a network of 57,000 members in more than 16,600 … More UTSZ Welcomes Toastmasters

Ladies in UX: Le Wagon Event hosted by Co-founder and PHBS alumni

As part of International Women’s Day, Le Wagon Shenzhen Coding School invited two female guests working in the tech industry to speak. The guests, Katie Chen and Z Yuhan, specialize in understanding how users interact with tech products (hardware) and tech services (software). Le Wagon Shenzhen was co-founded by Peking University HSBC Business School (PHBS) … More Ladies in UX: Le Wagon Event hosted by Co-founder and PHBS alumni

Visiting Speaker, Madelyn Postman – The Woman Behind the Brand

All the seats were taken, but students of Peking University HSBC Business School (PHBS) were still frantically crowding into the conference room to find a spot to listen to the speaker, Ms. Madelyn Postman (美德玲•普斯德). She is a woman with an impressive marketing career and a passport filled with country stamps. Ms. Postman was in … More Visiting Speaker, Madelyn Postman – The Woman Behind the Brand

Celebrating the Lantern Festival with Riddles and Tangyuan

The Lantern Festival is a Chinese traditional holiday celebrated throughout China on the 15th day of the lunar calendar. It is also known as Yuanxiao Day. Yuanxiao Day marks the first full-moon of the Lunar New Year and the end of Spring Festival holiday. Across China, people celebrate the festival by hanging up lanterns, enjoying … More Celebrating the Lantern Festival with Riddles and Tangyuan

The New Year Brings New Group of Exchange Students

While most Shenzhen residents were celebrating Spring Festival back in their hometowns, fresh faces from across the globe reached the quiet city to begin their semester of study at Peking University Shenzhen Graduate School on Thursday, February 14. Many of the new exchange students were amazed by the blue skies and pleasant sunshine as they … More The New Year Brings New Group of Exchange Students

Chinese New Year Celebrated In New Home for Int’l Friends

Chinese New Year, also known as Spring Festival, is the most significant festival in Chinese culture. For most foreign students, Spring Festival is a very special experience that will forever stand out from their study life in China. On 17th January, an unforgettable party was held at the new Home for International Friends in the … More Chinese New Year Celebrated In New Home for Int’l Friends

Workshop by PHBS Center for Green Economy

The PHBS Center for Green Economy held the Ecological Civilization and Green Economy workshop with the support of Peking University Shenzhen Graduate School under the guidance of Chancellor Wu Yundong on 13th of December 2018 at the HSBC Business School building  The guest speaker of the workshop was the renowned academic and Nobel Peace Prize … More Workshop by PHBS Center for Green Economy

Shaking Off the Winter Chill, International Students Hike Tang Lang Mountain

Just before Christmas Eve, on December 23rd, around 30 international students joined a hiking journey to Nanshan’s famous Tang Lang mountain organized by the CA program on a perfect mild-weather day. Tang Lang is most well-known on campus because of its southern position in the splendid green vista of the University Town. The mountain is … More Shaking Off the Winter Chill, International Students Hike Tang Lang Mountain