Monday, 2 June 2008

CDS China Week 06-07

1. “China's Financial System”
Sir Howard Davies , Director of LSE

2. Chinese New Year Show
(organised in conjunction with CSSA HKPASS, Chinese and Taiwanese Society.)

3. Grande Chinese Food Fair
(organised in conjunction with HKPASS, CSSA, Chinese and Taiwanese Society.)

4. Chinese Debate Competition, LSE VS UCL

5. “China in International Trade: Achievements & Future challenges”
Professor Laixiang Sun, Chinese Business and Management, SOAS

6. Film Screening: Farewell My Concubine (Ba Wang Bie Ji)

7. “Knowledge economies in China ”
Professor Danny Quah, Head of LSE Economics Department

8. Film Screening:The Last Emperor

9. “Two Faces for China Foreign Direct Investment”
Mr. Jeremy Gordon, CEO of China Busines Service

10. “An Introduction to Chinese Kung Fu”
Henry Liu, Cliff Chow

Career Events

1. CV Booster

2. Interview Workshop

3. Presentation by Watson Wyatt

4. Norton Rose Presentation
5. Interview Workshop

6. Firm Visit to Citigroup Shanghai,China

7. Deloitte Presentation

8. Deloitte Technology Department Presentation

9. Ernst & Young presentation

10. Head Hunter presentation

11. Deloitte Assessment Centre Skill Session

CDS Tea & Knowledge 06-07

1. “Foreign Direct Investment: Lessons from and for China”

Dr. X F Jia, director of CHEER (China - Europe Education and Research) Foundation, lecturer of the University of Twente, Netherlands.

2. “Beyond Investment Banking”

Karina Wong, Author of “My First Pot of Gold: An American Business Handbook for Chinese Immigrants”

3. “China: Fighting a Battle Against AIDS”

Dr Heather Zhang, member of the Department of East Asian Studies at the University of Leeds.

4. “The Global Economic Effects of China's Rise”

Dr. Linda Y. Yueh, a fellow of LSE Department of Economics and Pembroke College, University of Oxford.

5. “Banking and Investing in China: progress, prospects and lessons”

Mr. Mark Ferguson, Vice President at JP Morgan Asset Management

6. “Implications of China's developing private sector”

Dr. Kerry Brown, Director of Strategic China

7. “China's Economic Prospects and The Challenges Ahead”

Mr. Gareth Leather, editor and economist of the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU)

8. “What is a journalist? What is a Chinese investigative journalist?”

Professor Hugo de Burgh, Professor of Journalism and Director of the China Media Centre at University of Westminster

9. “Must China be like the west?”

Mr. Martin Jacques, columnist for the Guardian, visiting research fellow at LSE Asia Research Centre