Covering Hong Kong from the Front

A McGillian journalist’s take on Hong Kong’s protests McGill gives our graduates a critical mind to be all they can be, and therefore we have no lack of alumni in media and communications despite we have no journalism school at McGill.  In this episode of the McGill Asia Alumni Interview Series, we are fortunate to […]

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Graduate Studies and Continuing Education Information Session in Hong Kong

McGill University Asia Office will be hosting a Graduate Studies and Continuing Education information session for prospective students. This information session will be conducted in Cantonese. 本講座將以廣東話進行。 Please note that we will NOT address questions concerning undergraduate admissions and Canadian immigration at this session. Date: Saturday November 16th, 2019 Time: 10:30am – 11:30am Address: Room […]

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When a Walk is More Than Just a Walk

A look at Bali-based McGill Law graduate Amit Janco’s new bookabout her trek along the Camino de Santiago Compostela Travel writings are plentiful out there, but discerning readers will know that it isn’t easy to find one that carries some intellectual depth and gives you a good dose of spiritual touch and self-reflection. In our […]

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The Intricacies of Doing Business in China

Singapore-based McGill Law graduate Caroline Berube shares her professional perspectives through her new book As part of McGill’s Bicentennial celebrations in 2021, we’re excited to roll out a whole new series of interview stories featuring McGill alumni in or from Asia. And as the inaugural story of this new series, we’re delighted to feature Singapore-based McGill […]

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