A lot of people have approached me in the last couple of weeks and asked me about my experience with the Harvard Project for Asian and International Relations (HPAIR). I’ve attended two HPAIR conferences so far, in Dubai and Cambridge, MA, USA. Moreover, I had the opportunity to present the multifaceted work of a trading … Continue reading
Hello everyone, in the aftermath of HPAIR Aconf 2013 in Dubai, Ben one of our writers reports about his experience and gives some advice to potential future participants on e-fellows.net, a well-known online scholarship and career network in Germany. The article is written in German and can be found here. We wish you a good week!
Earl was not only one of the younger delegates at the Harvard Project for Asian and International Relations in Dubai, but one of those people we met who are already very passionate about Entrepreneurship. Naturally, Earl was a delegate in the Entrepreneurship panel. Shortly before the conference he participated in a Summer School programme at … Continue reading
As part of our detailed coverage of HPAIR AConf 2013, today we would like to present you one of the “faces” behind the Harvard Project for Asian and International Relations in 2013, Krisha. Krisha was not only leading the team of the American University of Dubai, but is also known as a fabulous speaker. As … Continue reading
During HPAIR AConf 2013, which took place from August 22-27 in Dubai and about which we reported earlier, we got the chance to talk to some of the delegates, speakers and organizers behind the conference. During this event it became obvious once more that life is about people. Therefore we would like to introduce some … Continue reading
Next week Harvard’s largest annual student connection in Asia, the Harvard Project for Asian and International Relations (HPAIR), will take place in Dubai. For more then 20 years the annual conferences have brought together students from around the world with today’s leaders and esteemed researchers to discuss about the economic, political, and social future of … Continue reading