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Wild West Tour

Wild West Tour

October 27, 2013 |

A Rip Roarin’ Good Time!

By Joanne Wambeke

Forty-two students, including two PALs (Peer Advocate Leaders), and four staff hopped on board the motor coach bright and early the morning of Friday, October 25th, to begin an all-day adventure to Colorado Springs.  Qifeng Xu, an ICB alumnus studying for his master’s in marketing at the University of Colorado Denver Business School said, “The interesting ‘quiz’ that we had on the way to our destination helped me to learn some history events of Colorado.” 
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The Grandest Chinese Festival Celebration On Campus

September 28, 2013 |

Mid-Autumn Banquet Held by ICB Club

By Lichao Sun

“It was an excellent festival activity which exhibited some slices of Chinese students’ talents and skills, as well as facilitated communications between international students and locals,” expressed Dr. Stephen Hartnett, Department of Communication Chair.  He continued, “I was impressed that there were so many people gathering in the Turnhalle tonight to celebrate this traditional reunion day in China.” Professor Hartnett was not be the only one surprised by the grand Mid-Autumn Banquet on September 24th.
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ICB Welcome Party

September 27, 2013 |

Best Way to Start a Semester

Reporter: Yunsheng Ma
Editor: Xianghan Ma

There’s no better way to start a new semester than with a little party.

On September 25th, a welcome party was held in the Recruitment Hall on the third floor of the Princess Building. Freshmen and new foreign professors gathered together to celebrate the beginning of a fantastic new fall semester at ICB (Beijing).
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Students Ring in the Lunar New Year

January 30, 2012 |

A treat for Turnhalle turnout

 

DENVER – The New Year as observed by many Asian cultures, including Chinese, Korean, Tibetan and others coincides with lunar cycles. For 2012, the Chinese New Year’s day was Jan. 23 with celebrations continuing for two weeks – also known as the Spring Festival – and ending with the Lantern Festival on Feb. 6. This year’s celebration marks the 4,710th year, and is the year of the dragon. Read More