g-MEO’s CEO David Chang Received Honorary Degree From Hong Kong Polytechnic University
2015-11-19 g-MEO 成都极妙教育
The 21st Congregation of The Hong Kong Polytechnic University for the conferment of Doctoral and Honorary Degrees was held at 4:00 pm on Saturday, 14 November 2015. At the ceremony, g-MEO’s CEO David Chang was awarded an honorary degree. The whole team is so proud of his accomplishment and the company that we are building together!
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Expectations for the Fall 2015 Semester | 2015秋季学期展望
2015-09-01 g-MEO 成都极妙教育g-MEO
The g-MEO Chengdu American Center for Study Abroad is anxiously awaiting the start of the fall 2015 term. In the Center’s seventh semester, we will have 12 new students and 8 faculty members on board. The students come from Fairleigh Dickinson University, Saint Peter’s University, New Jersey City University, Concordia University-Nebraska, Virginia State University, American University, and Carroll University. Their majors include criminal justice, hospitality, business, psychology, philosophy/politics, economics/history, law and justice, and world/intercultural communication.
成都美国海外留学中心正翘首企盼着2015年秋季学期的开始。此次作为第七个学期，我们将会迎来12名新学生和8名教职人员。学生们分别来自Fairleigh Dickinson University, Saint Peter’s University, New Jersey City University, Concordia University-Nebraska, Virginia State University, American University, and Carroll University。主修专业有：刑事司法、酒店管理，商务专业，心理学，哲学/政治学，经济/历史，法律与司法，世界跨文化交流。
Carma Elliot, Cultural and Education Minister of the British Embassy, explained the importance of cultural relations where "if we look at culture at its wider sense around cultural relations, then the people relationships, the opportunities there are for education and the core elements that fit into the culture relations there...and ultimately enjoying the very best of other people's cultures." The staff at the Center are fully prepared to guide the incoming students and faculty on their new journey in China and to experience a new culture to the fullest!
On Wednesday, September 2nd, Orientation Week will begin for the students for which the Center has organized sessions ranging from health and safety tips to how to “Chengdu-nize” their life and fortify cultural relations between the US and China. Whether it is learning how to live as an expat in a foreign country or eating spicy pig brains, we believe that after this semester of cultural immersion our students may forget how to say goodbye in their own language and, just like the local saying goes, “once you come to Chengduu, you will never want to leave!”
Please follow us on WeChat to see what activities and events we will have planned for the upcoming semester; you are more than welcome to join!