ABS Farewell Party
ABS歡送會
ABS欢送会
ABS歓送会

Fall 2015

 
 
 
 
As the 4th ABS Program came to an end at Fudan University, all the cohort members came together to throw a farewell party at a rented villa in Shanghai at the end of December.

At the tail end of Christmas season, we exchanged Christmas gifts while enjoying hotpot delivery from the renowned Haidilao hotpot chain (海底撈火鍋) in the Mainland. We also divided ourselves into teams in group games, reminiscing the good times when we all worked together and supported each other for class projects in CUHK, Waseda and Fudan.

Throughout the three semesters spent together in three different Asian cities, we have developed friendships that transcend language barriers and cultural differences. Not only have we discussed academic issues in class, we have also taken turns to host our ABS friends and embarked on adventures together. Our program ended as we returned to our home cities, but our relationships continue to grow.

While we bid each other farewell, we also promised that it would be the start of ABS 4th cohort alumni events for the years to come, as we become proud graduates of the Asian Business Studies Program.
As the 4th ABS Program came to an end at Fudan University, all the cohort members came together to throw a farewell party at a rented villa in Shanghai at the end of December.

At the tail end of Christmas season, we exchanged Christmas gifts while enjoying hotpot delivery from the renowned Haidilao hotpot chain (海底撈火鍋) in the Mainland. We also divided ourselves into teams in group games, reminiscing the good times when we all worked together and supported each other for class projects in CUHK, Waseda and Fudan.

Throughout the three semesters spent together in three different Asian cities, we have developed friendships that transcend language barriers and cultural differences. Not only have we discussed academic issues in class, we have also taken turns to host our ABS friends and embarked on adventures together. Our program ended as we returned to our home cities, but our relationships continue to grow.

While we bid each other farewell, we also promised that it would be the start of ABS 4th cohort alumni events for the years to come, as we become proud graduates of the Asian Business Studies Program.
As the 4th ABS Program came to an end at Fudan University, all the cohort members came together to throw a farewell party at a rented villa in Shanghai at the end of December.

At the tail end of Christmas season, we exchanged Christmas gifts while enjoying hotpot delivery from the renowned Haidilao hotpot chain (海底撈火鍋) in the Mainland. We also divided ourselves into teams in group games, reminiscing the good times when we all worked together and supported each other for class projects in CUHK, Waseda and Fudan.

Throughout the three semesters spent together in three different Asian cities, we have developed friendships that transcend language barriers and cultural differences. Not only have we discussed academic issues in class, we have also taken turns to host our ABS friends and embarked on adventures together. Our program ended as we returned to our home cities, but our relationships continue to grow.

While we bid each other farewell, we also promised that it would be the start of ABS 4th cohort alumni events for the years to come, as we become proud graduates of the Asian Business Studies Program.
As the 4th ABS Program came to an end at Fudan University, all the cohort members came together to throw a farewell party at a rented villa in Shanghai at the end of December.

At the tail end of Christmas season, we exchanged Christmas gifts while enjoying hotpot delivery from the renowned Haidilao hotpot chain (海底撈火鍋) in the Mainland. We also divided ourselves into teams in group games, reminiscing the good times when we all worked together and supported each other for class projects in CUHK, Waseda and Fudan.

Throughout the three semesters spent together in three different Asian cities, we have developed friendships that transcend language barriers and cultural differences. Not only have we discussed academic issues in class, we have also taken turns to host our ABS friends and embarked on adventures together. Our program ended as we returned to our home cities, but our relationships continue to grow.

While we bid each other farewell, we also promised that it would be the start of ABS 4th cohort alumni events for the years to come, as we become proud graduates of the Asian Business Studies Program.