Saturday, February 19, 2005

Taiwanese students study global entrepreneurship in Motown

In Detroit Free Press

Students from Taiwan are visiting Detroit this month as the first cohort in a unique master's of business administration program offered jointly by University of Detroit Mercy and Fu-Jen Catholic University in Taipei, Taiwan. Why is this happening? Here's a snapshot of what the
article reveals:

--> One big attraction of the joint MBA program is its focus on global entrepreneurship. China's emergence as a global economic superpower, contrary to popular belief, is not simply the result of orchestrated plotting by the central government in Beijing. Rather, it's been the unleashing of a remarkable entrepreneurial zeal -- in Taiwan and Hong Kong, as well as in the mainland People's Republic of China.

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