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Blog - China Internship Program

Author Reece Ayers Published on Apr 01, 2014 in China Internship Program

Mie, from Denmark, has spent the last few months living and gaining work experience in Beijing with the China Internship Program. Read about her attempts to immerse herself into Chinese culture!

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Author Sameer Choglay Published on Mar 24, 2014 in program

My time spent in China has been a true learning experience in every sense of the word.

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Author Sameer Choglay Published on Mar 19, 2014 in program

One of the main reasons for me embarking on this internship was my passion for working in the healthcare industry. I know I want to help people, medically, I just don’t know how.

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Author Peter Davis Published on Jan 24, 2014 in marketing

A recent internsip survey reported that internship demand is up, internships aren't just for the summer and interns and their host companies find them a rewarding experience.

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Author Sameer Choglay Published on Jan 13, 2014 in travel

As you may have read in my last post, the language barrier was one of the main major factors preventing me from fully enjoying life in Beijing.

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Author Sameer Choglay Published on Dec 16, 2013 in travel

My expectations of Beijing before arriving was that of an over-populated, heavily polluted city where every native was out to take advantage, in one way or another, of my “foreigness”. I’m fully aware this sounds reminiscent of a Hollywood setting for a dystopian future, but...

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Author Reece Ayers Published on Dec 16, 2013 in volunteer

The summer holidays are something that we all look forward to; it's great to have a long, well-earned break; but many of us find ourselves falling into rather dull routines of boredom, when instead we could be doing something really worthwhile. Why spend such precious time on the couch at home...

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Author Hayley Wright Published on Oct 11, 2013 in China Internship Program

Leaving smoggy Beijing behind (and equally the ritualistic morning smog report app), we began our travel out of the city and into the refreshing desert and grasslands of Inner Mongolia.

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Author Reece Ayers Published on Sep 29, 2013 in travel

One China Internship Program participant reflects on her experiences in Shanghai, the highs and lows, and how she ultimately emerged from the experience enriched as individual.

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Author Fabienne Peters Published on Mar 06, 2013 in travel

I have just sat down, exhausted after one of the most amazing days at the Forbidden City. It is the hottest day of the year so far and the sun glasses were out. I was out with a blonde friend, which made our day even more interesting because it doubled the number of looks and photos taken of us...

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