Chinese Technology and Entrepreneurship: Hangzhou, China (High School)

Chinese Technology and Entrepreneurship: Hangzhou, China (High School)

Live in China's top tech hub. Study Chinese. Relax at scenic West Lake.

Explore the rapidly expanding world of entrepreneurship and technology in Hangzhou, a high-tech hub in a huge, dynamic economy. Host of the 2016 G20 Summit and home to companies such as Alibaba and NetEase, Hangzhou is driving China’s increasingly important role as a global leader in e-commerce and innovation. Spend the morning in class and then head into the city with classmates for site visits to cutting edge start-ups and tech giants. There’s also time to explore Hangzhou with friends and practice your Chinese language skills as you explore the spot that Marco Polo called “the finest and most splendid city in the world.”

Subjects

  • Chinese Language
  • International Economics
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Technology

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