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Brand expert cites quality, ‘higher purpose’

David Aaker, considered the “father of modern branding,” has launched Chinese versions of two of his books — “Brand Relevance: Making Competitors Irrelevant” and “Aaker on Branding:...

October 24, 2014, Friday


Actress-director Tian enjoying her various roles

Tian Yuan enjoys the many different roles she plays — actress, director, singer, songwriter, author, photographer. Born in Wuhan, capital city of central China’s Hubei Province, in 1985,...

October 24, 2014, Friday


A green thumbs-up forcreating a ‘special look’

Teresa Tan has a job that many girls might envy. She is paid to go shopping. But her shopping is not for clothes or shoes. As senior construction manager field operations, landscape,...

October 24, 2014, Friday


Canadian teacher finds his new life in city

Sylvain Benoit never expected that his initial interest in Asia seven years ago would lead him not only to find his career in Suzhou but also a beautiful bride in the same city. Today the 32-year-...

October 17, 2014, Friday


Great stories highlight training sessions

Vivian Chen is often the first to greet new employees at Shanghai Disney Resort, now under construction in the Pudong New Area....

October 10, 2014, Friday


Educator brings wealth of global experience

Having worked in education for over 20 years, including 13 years as the head of various schools, 46-year-old Briton John Todd now works at Dulwich College Suzhou,...

September 27, 2014, Saturday


Volunteers awed by scenery, Tibetan kindness

The Shanghai Aid Tibet project doesn’t rely just on professionals recruited for the project. It is also assisted by an array of volunteers from all walks of life.One such volunteer is Wang Chen, 24,...

September 22, 2014, Monday


Resilience prevails in a hardship posting

Tibet isn’t called “the roof of the world” for nothing. More than altitude sets it apart from the rest of China. It is a region of stark scenery, rich history and brooding mystery. “...

September 22, 2014, Monday


Basic medical care is rudimentary and overloaded

Four Tibetan children between the ages of 3 and 6 years old were brought to Shanghai earlier this month to undergo surgeries for congenital hip dislocations....

September 22, 2014, Monday


Learning is hampered by lack of water

One Shanghai educator said he will never forget the day when water first came out of the taps at a Tibetan school 4,440 meters above sea level. The students were struck with awe and excitement.“...

September 22, 2014, Monday




 

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