Monthly Archives: March 2012

Home again…

All back safe and sound, if you don’t count killer jet-lag. All in all this was a good and successful trip.   Tokyo and Ho Chi Minh City were new locations for us, and they did not disappoint.  Over 17 … Continue reading

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The last hurrah.

Today was our last day in Vietnam.  Some went to the beach while some of us went to the Mekong Delta.  All in all, Vietnam gets high marks from our students.  A robust business environment, friendly people and low cost … Continue reading

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Two businesses

We visited two businesses today, very different.  In the morning we visited the Vietnam Consulting Group, which provides a full range of business consulting for various local and multinational companies.  Thanks to Mr. Duc for giving us a great deal … Continue reading

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HCMC: Day Two

Did I mention that Vietnam is hot?  Yes, it’s hot.  I’ll probably mention that a time or two more before we go. We visited Le & Associates this morning.  L&A is a human capital consultancy firm.  It is always a … Continue reading

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Ho Chi Minh City

Well here we are in Vietnam.   We have kind of done our own thing this afternoon so I don’t have any pictures.  It’s hot.  Really hot.  The people are extremely friendly.  The traffic is insane.  The city is certainly … Continue reading

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Taiwan: Last day

Today is our last day in Taiwan.  We leave for Vietnam early tomorrow morning.  It was a free day today so the group scattered for last minute shopping and sightseeing.  I will chronicle my own day later in this post … Continue reading

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Freedom!!

Today was a free day, as is tomorrow.  Most of the group went out to Taipei 101 the first thing.  Taipei 101 is a landmark skyscraper in Taipei’s financial district, and was the world’s tallest building from 2004 to 2010. … Continue reading

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