Empathetic business sense nurtured by disaster

Please find the original text on Financial Times – Business Education By Mark Mulligan, Financial Times, Published: October 22 2007 09:51 | Last updated: October 22 2007 09:51 Coming from two cultures as diverse as Spanish and Indonesian has its drawbacks: Jamila Bravo Maagdalia says she feels like a foreigner in both countries. function floatContent(){var…

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Am I too old for an MBA?

This is a question which many prospectives students ask themselves when applying to business school. Masahiro Kikukawa, Japanese, decided for himself that at 39 it is the right time to start this challenge. Masahiro graduated from Tokyo University of Foreign Studies in 1992. During his studies, he worked in the Embassy of Japan in Peru…

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Chinese hot-pot gathering

As Chinese, eating is very important part in our life and culture, and it never changes even if we are now in Madrid. This hot-pot place is very well known in Chinese community and almost every one of us has been there at least once (well, I basically go there once per month:p) This video…

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Bull Fight @Madrid

This was my first time, maybe also the last time to actually “see” the bull fight. For me, the fight was too much, even if it is considered as art, in terms of the move, the power and the wisdom of our human beings (as most of us think so) woven into the whole performance.…

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