Trip to LSE - final list

The following are going to the talk on China:

  • Bibi
  • David
  • Lex
  • Kirilll
  • Sairan
  • Mary
  • Aidana
  • Hai Long
  • Rebecca

I am surprised that others didn't want to go.

Oh well, it's up to you.

I think it will be really interesting.

China After the Olympics

Date: Tuesday 2 December 2008
Time: 6.30-8pm
Venue: Old Theatre, Old Building
Speakers: Professor Chris Hughes, Professor Athar Hussain, Martin Jacques, Professor Chen Jian, Mark Leonard
Chair: Professor Arne Westad

I said there will be further tasks.

In fact there is just one:

If, on the day of the trip, any of the above are behind with any of their homeworks (see 'Homework' section) then they will not be allowed to go.


It was surprising that no-one wanted to go to this

No-one has said they want to go to this either - which is very surprising. Here is a brief summary:

"If you’re an aspiring entrepreneur aiming to start or expand a business, then there’s only one date for your diary this November: Business Start-Up 2008. We’ve been at this for nearly a decade now, every year bringing the cream of the entrepreneurial crop together under one roof. Business Start-Up is the UK’s biggest and most vibrant exhibition for those starting or expanding in the world of business. And we’re here to help, because we know what a big, bad place it can be.

There is something for everyone, whether you’re simply playing with the idea of starting a business or are half-way through expanding. Either way, come and take full advantage of everything our 200 experienced and innovative exhibitors have to offer, including advice on everything from book-keeping and finances to websites and marketing.

Also, hear first-hand from the entrepreneurs who have already been through the starting and expanding process. Learn about the secrets, shortcuts, successes and pitfalls of business from our live speakers, including James ‘Dragons’ Den’ Caan, David Gold and Caprice."

This will be in 12 days time. If interested, put your name here by Tuesday mid-day.


  1. I want to go ,,Mr Chris,,I am Mica that means I am a Chinese

  2. I want to go ,Mr Chris,,,,,I am Mica that means I am a Chinese

  3. I want to go to bstartup's. Sairan


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