Student Profile: Eduardo Meythaler

Eduardo Meythaler was studying business and finance at the Universidad de Los Hemisferios in Quito, Ecuador when he realized he wanted to move to China. While in school, he also worked in the finance department of a construction company whose main client was Huawei—a Chinese multinational telecommunications equipment manufacturer, which is now the world’s largest. As a result of their dealings, he decided to study Mandarin and pursue a master’s degree here in China. … More Student Profile: Eduardo Meythaler

Tomb-sweeping Day: The story behind Qingming Festival

Tomb-sweeping Day, which is also called Qingming Festival, is one of the most important festivals in China. It is around April 4th every calendar year, the fifteenth day after vernal equinox. Its history can be dated back to more than two thousand years ago, around the Spring and Autumn Era. Tomb-sweeping Day is very influential in … More Tomb-sweeping Day: The story behind Qingming Festival

Dafen Oil Painting Village: More Than Just Copies

Last month, Elaine Campbell, from PKU School of Transnational Law, organized a day trip to discover one of the most artistic places of Shenzhen: Dafen Oil Painting Village. Dafen is a four square kilometres village whose unique atmosphere makes it a must-trip after days spent in the crowded Shenzhen. It is located close to Dafen metro … More Dafen Oil Painting Village: More Than Just Copies

Student Profile: Sebastian Preißner

  Sebastian Preißner, from Würzburg Germany, is a first-year quantitative finance student at Peking University HSBC Business School (PHBS). With a bachelor’s degree in business administration from the University of Applied Sciences Würzburg-Schweinfurt, Sebastian said his decision to pursue a master’s degree in China was “not a random decision but more a gradual process over … More Student Profile: Sebastian Preißner

Student Profile: Karras Lambert

Located in the thriving entrepreneurial city of Shenzhen and adjacent to the Asian financial hub of Hong Kong, Peking University HSBC Business School (PHBS) is endowed with an ideal setting for studying the frontiers of finance, economics and business management. With its favorable location and internationalized education, it acts like a magnet to draw young … More Student Profile: Karras Lambert