Nina Hsu (Beijing 2009) joins Harper International. 

Congratulations to Nina Hsu for her new position with Harper International, a Buffalo, NY based company specializing in the development, production, and export of high tech materials manufacturing equipment. In her new role at Harper, she will be leading the global Government Relations and Business Development efforts. Nina will split her time between DC and NY.

Nina’s LinkedIn profile can be found at if you wish to connect with her.

For more information on Harper International please visit

Congratulations again to Nina and our best wishes to her!



A must to read if you’re a member of a global team!

Faculty Insight: Leading Global Virtual Teams — By Ramon Henson, Instructor, Management & Global Business

BYGO Consulting is Shanghai’s premier executive training consultancy. We deliver quantifiable results through our unique workshops that are specifically designed by experts to reveal and develop the talents of each of our participants.

BYGO Consulting was founded by two Rutgers MBA Students who recognized a need for managers in Shanghai to be able to better assimilate in their multinational organizations. Based on this need BYGO developed a series of seminars and workshops covering communication, leadership, networking and presentation skills all designed to bring real world knowledge to the classroom, and always taught by executives.

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Professional Coach
BYGO Consulting

Malaysia’s ringgit and South Korea’s won advanced for a second day after Premier Wen Jiabao said the momentum for a recovery in China isn’t yet in place and the government needs to assess and recognize the problems, Xinhua News Agency reported yesterday.

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The Economist Intelligence Unit analyses their varying stages of demographic development and the implications their expansion will have for several core sectors.

The rise and decline of great cities past was largely based on their ability to draw the ambitious and the restless from other places. China’s cities are on the rise. Their growth has been fuelled both by the large-scale internal migration of those seeking better lives and by government initiatives encouraging the expansion of urban areas. The government hopes that the swelling urban populace will spend more in a more highly concentrated retail environment, thereby helping to rebalance the Chinese economy towards private consumption.

A must-to-read report in the Rutgers Alumni Section at

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Why Protectionism Doesn’t Equal Patriotism – By Justin Knapp (Class of Beijing 2012)

Why Protectionism Doesn’t Equal Patriotism – By Justin Knapp (Class of Beijing 2012)

Protectionist political sentiment in the United States reflects a misunderstanding of conditions in China and limits economic benefits for both countries.