INSIGHT CHINA is a prestigeous student project by the FHNW in its now 18th consecutive year and this year’s team strives to continue the successful journey. A new edition of Insight China lies ahead with the topic “40 Years Opening and Reform in China” and the project team looks forward to broaden horizons of future graduates by organizing memorable seminars in Switzerland as well as in China.
We are looking forward to taking you with us on this journey!
Your Insight China Team 2019
Raphael Gehrig, Nadine Hitz, Michael Schaub, Pascal Neuhaus
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By Jann Stutz and Julian Jorns
After a long day of travel from Shenzen to Shanghai and a quick trip to the world famous and impressive bund, day 15 of the on-sight seminar marked the first day of company visits in Shanghai. Exactly speaking, not Shanghai, but Suzhou, which is a city fairly close to the multimillion metropole. The Insight China delegation made its way to Suzhou early in the morning to see the beautiful Humble Administration Garden, where many pictures of the amazing pavilions, flowers, bridges and ponds were taken. To close off the morning activities, Insight China went to the Pingjiang Road, an Unesco World Heritage in the city of Suzhou, and enjoyed all the delicious street food offered there.
By Michael Kayser and Philipp Leuenberger
After the days in Chengdu, getting in touch with China’s culture and a leisure Day in Shenzhen, the two company visits were on our today’s schedule.
In the morning the delegation went to Tencent, the third largest global internet company around the world. There we had a tour in the exhibition hall.
The company was founded in 1998 and launched QQ, a free instant messenger, in 1999 and today, it counts more than 25 billion users. 2011 the Company launched WeChat. Up to now, more than one billion users are restarted for this messenger. WeChat is not only used for communication, it is also used for payments, doing appointments with doctors and rate them or donate money. Afterwards, we had lunch in the cantine of Tencent.