Tilburg Student Feedback deposited by an Expedition of MBA students of The University of Hong Kong at N22°11'16'', E114°7'38''

Dear Students of the International Business Master Programme of Tilburg University - as promised, I deposited the access to further feedbacks and some little goodies for your discovery and pick on your Hong Kong field trip in 2017. I was kindly accompanied by a fearless group of MBA students from The University of Hong Kong, who send their greetings. You find the feedback under the base rock of the overhanging boulder structure at N22°11'16'', E114°7'38''. Climb Mount Stenhouse, on Lamma Island, an island in the South China Sea. It is a two hours climb to the summit. From there, cut yourself through the bushes and jungle for about an hour heading SSW. Take a GPS which is independent from your phone (for safety navigation and communication have to be separate and redundant systems - you will be able to connect to overlapping networks of the People's Republic of China, even you are not on their territory). Before you climb under the rock, step on it hard a few times to scare away snakes (noise does not help, they can't hear you). The island has been a Japanese venomous snake antidote laboratory in World War II, and they mostly escaped. That's why you find Cobras and even Banded Kraits here. Take a machete. We are not looking for Pokemons here. What else? Yes, looking forward to hear whether you got up there. And as always: have a nice day.

Me, depositing the feedback for Tilburg University on the 13th of November, 2016 (Photo credit: a student from this year's HKUMBA Class - don't know who - tell me).

Me, depositing the feedback for Tilburg University on the 13th of November, 2016 (Photo credit: a student from this year's HKUMBA Class - don't know who - tell me).

The group of MBA Students of The University of Hong Kong, who joined me up there on November 13th. They all made it back safely, even tough a bit scratched. That's just what happens when you leave the comfort zone: it's uncomfortable. They had a great spirit.

The group of MBA Students of The University of Hong Kong, who joined me up there on November 13th. They all made it back safely, even tough a bit scratched. That's just what happens when you leave the comfort zone: it's uncomfortable. They had a great spirit.

Nearly back, still (mostly) smiling. Well done. See you in the Financial Times in 5 years. If not, I wasted my time. 

Nearly back, still (mostly) smiling. Well done. See you in the Financial Times in 5 years. If not, I wasted my time.