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Harvard 2014 Conference

HPAIR 2014During the last weeks I was very busy with all the assignments in St Andrews. That is why there have been just a few blog posts on elbenomics by Cyra. Anyways, today I would like to draw your attention once more to the Harvard Project for Asian and International Relations (HPAIR).

I was lucky enough to be appointed by the HPAIR team to support them with marketing and communications. Moreover, I want to stimulate the discussion of Asian-related issues. It is worth mentioning that the next HPAIR conference takes place at Harvard University, Cambridge, MA in February 2014 and the application is now open. The topic of the conference is ‘The Many Faces of Asia: Shaping Identities in a Dynamic World’. For additional information go to the HPAIR website or send me an e-mail. I can highly encourage you to apply for this conference. For those who are new to elbenomics, you might want to to have a look at our posts about the HPAIR Asia Conference 2013 first.

If you plan to participate, feel free to state my name in your application (‘If a prospective delegate referred you to HPAIR, please provide the full name of the referrer’: Benjamin Renner), and send me an e-mail after submission.



5 thoughts on “Harvard 2014 Conference

  1. Just a little insight of what you will experience at the event!

    Posted by Cyra | November 20, 2013, 6:04 pm


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