Not too easy. Not too difficult.
William Wu possesses personal experience in working for various companies, both domestic and international, and has held a multitude of interesting positions and titles. His knowledge is vast, enhanced by his personal experience, and is extremely eager to share it with his students.
This course taught me to critically inspect the innerworkings of foreign partnerships, differences between business cultures, and various "hoops" one must jump through in order to enter the Chinese market. It also focused on the history of China's economic growth and development, allowed us to analyze its current standing in regards to other nations, and predict the country's possible economic futures.
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Advice for students:
Read the articles the professor emails you, work to understand the examples he uses to help illustrate the concept he's teaching, and understand that there will be a significant emphasis on China.