On the 11th of December 2015, seven of the CITO representatives, along with five National Chiao Tung University GMBA students, visited Ericsson in Taipei. We met primarily with Håkan Cervell, the President of Ericsson Taiwan, who has been working for Ericsson since 1990 and in Taiwan since August 2014.
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On December 9th-11th, CITO representatives Björn and Ebba traveled to Singapore where they had the chance to meet and attend:
Cheryl Tan and Magnus Böcker, Secretariat and Chairman at Diversity Action Committee (DAC)
Robert Jessing, Senior Manager at Accenture Strategy and Chalmers alumni
Nikolaj Lynge, Chief Sales Manager at Nordea
Subramaniam Iyer and Ima Augustine, Co-President and Member Director at Keiretsu Forum Singapore Chapter.
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On December 18h, we celebrated Lucia with NCTU staff and students. We sang Christmas songs and offered Christmas fika, including Lucia cat and mulled wine. Thank you for coming and hope you enjoyed our performance!
On the 3rd of December, eight of the CITO representatives visited the SHL (Scandinavian Health Ltd) group in Taoyuan, Taiwan. SHL is currently the world’s largest privately-owned designer, developer and manufacturer of advanced drug delivery systems such as auto and pen injectors. The company is involved in the whole production line of their products, including design, manufacturing and testing. Since SHL produces lifesaving devices, the quality and precision of the products are two major factors. Therefore thorough quality tests are carried out to ensure that the products meet the set standards.
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On November 25th to 26th, we attended International Week of NCTU where international students presented their home universities and cultures. The first day(25th), we held a presentation about Chalmers and Sweden. The next day(26th) we invited visitors to our booth where we let them try Swedish crispbread with cheese, gingerbread and mull wine. The visitors were also taught how to play Swedish Kubb. We hope that the visitors enjoyed it and got more taste of Swedish culture.