Went to Harvard Square this evening, took some pictures (the quality is not as great as I liked, but you know it’s Harvard).
That would be exciting thing 10 years back, when I was still a college junkie. It still will be interesting, at least I plan to visit Harvard Square, where Paul Allen met with Bill Gates (in 1976?) and said:
“We got to start this (computer business), this thing (computer revolution) is happening without us.”
We all know what happened in last 30 years (hint: we all become Bill’s “slave”, in a way).
Interestingly, I read from Yahoo that Harvard has the most billionaires.
I will back to the River City on Thursday night. Time to look for authentic Chinese restaurant now. I already find it’s a challenge task esp. visiting small towns. Boston should offer more choices.
There are lots of rankings among B-schools. But I think the best B-school in the world nowadays is China. This seems biased because I am from China. OK how about I say India?
Seriously, here are my reasonings: China is at its first stage of captalism. As I said in my previous post “is China imitating the US too closely?” China is learning from the west in many ways: from consumer goods to infrustructure (highways, 3G), from banking system to stock market, from Merge & Acquisition to branding & distribution, from automobiles to real estate, REIT, etc.
(Picture taken at SunIslandClub in Shanghai suburban Qingpu.)