HKU

Germany and France: international field trip of The University of Hong Kong

I had the pleasure to invite a group of 30 MBA students from the University of Hong Kong over for a comparative field trip Germany and France. We visited companies and institutions like Hessischer Rundfunk, Porsche, Mercedes Benz, the Multi-Generation House of the Gebrüder Schmid Foundation, EUROCORPS, the E.A.S.E training factory, an institution of the European Parliament, a Vinyard, BASF, HPP Consulting and the German Central Bank. We had excellent speakers and guides in all these venues and everybody, including me, learned a lot. On weekends and public holidays we strolled through cultural and historic places, and shopped down the Middle Rhine Gorge diving into medieval history. The weather was extremely changeable, but we were resilient to the showers and treated ourselves with great food choices. Now I am looking forward to read reflections and project reports due on May 19th. I am really eager to learn different perspectives and thoughts on my home region. 

Kloster Eberbach

Kloster Eberbach

On the way from Oberwesel to Schoenburg.

On the way from Oberwesel to Schoenburg.

Schoenburg Oberwesel

Schoenburg Oberwesel

View into the Rhine Valley.

View into the Rhine Valley.

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La Petite France, Strasbourg

La Petite France, Strasbourg

A building in Strasbourg

A building in Strasbourg

Entrance to a fort of Ligne Maginot.

Entrance to a fort of Ligne Maginot.

Students exiting an infantry combat stand at Ligne Maginot after an underground hike (photo with permission).

Students exiting an infantry combat stand at Ligne Maginot after an underground hike (photo with permission).

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