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University of Auckland representatives visit Innopat
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On Tuesday 3 December, representatives from Auckland University and Pagoda Projects visited Innopat to see the work carried out by the firm and the opportunities for student interns. The meeting included an introduction to the firm by Lily Gong as well as a record of experience by Symrun Gakhal from the United Kingdom on the Generation UK Scholarship. This was a great chance to share ideas and visions for the internships, as George Easton from Auckland University, New Zealand embarks on his Innopat internship here in Zhuhai.

Helen provided a detailed review of the firms workings and her vision for the business in the IP field. All in attendance shared a common view, to help students become more ‘global citizens’. The Intern China program provides for this opportunity by allowing students to immerse themselves in the business and culture of a Chinese city; so when they return to their home countries they have a much better understand of Chinese businesses to increase future cooperation.