Internship exposure in China
中國實習體驗
中国实习体验
中国での就業体験

Fall 2011

 
 
 
 
The internship experience at Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (ICBC) allowed me to be exposed to the unique practices Chinese banks and businesses adopt, the manners a typical Chinese entrepreneur has to conduct with partners and clients as well as the qualities and attitudes we should bear when working in China. Working in Chinese enterprise also offers me a chance to witness the contemporary management practices but also with the distinct corporate culture in China businesses.

“A financial centre cannot be appointed by any government, but created by its own superior talents, systems and innovation”, said by an executive from Shanghai Futures Exchange (SHFE). Having an opportunity to visit SHFE, we have been convinced and impressed by its secure, orderly and efficient derivative market mechanism and open, fair, equitable, trustworthy market vibes. During the visit, apart from gaining an insight how a real financial institution works, we learned from and discussed with notable financial practitioners regarding some important financial issues closely related to the development of China, Renminbi reform for example.

By Eric Yau, Cohort 1 (Class of 2013)

# Summer Internship in Hangzhou, China
The internship experience at Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (ICBC) allowed me to be exposed to the unique practices Chinese banks and businesses adopt, the manners a typical Chinese entrepreneur has to conduct with partners and clients as well as the qualities and attitudes we should bear when working in China. Working in Chinese enterprise also offers me a chance to witness the contemporary management practices but also with the distinct corporate culture in China businesses.

“A financial centre cannot be appointed by any government, but created by its own superior talents, systems and innovation”, said by an executive from Shanghai Futures Exchange (SHFE). Having an opportunity to visit SHFE, we have been convinced and impressed by its secure, orderly and efficient derivative market mechanism and open, fair, equitable, trustworthy market vibes. During the visit, apart from gaining an insight how a real financial institution works, we learned from and discussed with notable financial practitioners regarding some important financial issues closely related to the development of China, Renminbi reform for example.

By Eric Yau, Cohort 1 (Class of 2013)

# Summer Internship in Hangzhou, China
The internship experience at Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (ICBC) allowed me to be exposed to the unique practices Chinese banks and businesses adopt, the manners a typical Chinese entrepreneur has to conduct with partners and clients as well as the qualities and attitudes we should bear when working in China. Working in Chinese enterprise also offers me a chance to witness the contemporary management practices but also with the distinct corporate culture in China businesses.

“A financial centre cannot be appointed by any government, but created by its own superior talents, systems and innovation”, said by an executive from Shanghai Futures Exchange (SHFE). Having an opportunity to visit SHFE, we have been convinced and impressed by its secure, orderly and efficient derivative market mechanism and open, fair, equitable, trustworthy market vibes. During the visit, apart from gaining an insight how a real financial institution works, we learned from and discussed with notable financial practitioners regarding some important financial issues closely related to the development of China, Renminbi reform for example.

By Eric Yau, Cohort 1 (Class of 2013)

# Summer Internship in Hangzhou, China
The internship experience at Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (ICBC) allowed me to be exposed to the unique practices Chinese banks and businesses adopt, the manners a typical Chinese entrepreneur has to conduct with partners and clients as well as the qualities and attitudes we should bear when working in China. Working in Chinese enterprise also offers me a chance to witness the contemporary management practices but also with the distinct corporate culture in China businesses.

“A financial centre cannot be appointed by any government, but created by its own superior talents, systems and innovation”, said by an executive from Shanghai Futures Exchange (SHFE). Having an opportunity to visit SHFE, we have been convinced and impressed by its secure, orderly and efficient derivative market mechanism and open, fair, equitable, trustworthy market vibes. During the visit, apart from gaining an insight how a real financial institution works, we learned from and discussed with notable financial practitioners regarding some important financial issues closely related to the development of China, Renminbi reform for example.

By Eric Yau, Cohort 1 (Class of 2013)

# Summer Internship in Hangzhou, China