Yale Greenberg World Fellows Class of 2018

World Fellows 2018

A South Korean army major, a Russian opposition party politician, and an Iraqi historian who bore witness to ISIS atrocities in Mosul are among the 16 men and women who have been selected as 2018 World Fellows.

This cohort brings the total number of World Fellows since the program’s start in 2002 to 327 Fellows, representing 90 countries. This year marks the 17th cohort of World Fellows.

“I am honored to announce the 2018 World Fellows,” said Emma Sky, director of the Maurice R. Greenberg World Fellows Program. “The talent, bravery, and resilience of these individuals is quite extraordinary. They are amazing role models for Yale students.”


Yale Professor Writes: The Power Of International Partnerships In Higher Education

The Author

I accepted leadership of Yale University during a period of inspiring and sustained economic growth in Africa— eleven of the top twenty fastest growing economies in the world were from the continent. It was the ideal moment to build upon Yale’s partnerships in Africa and to bring related scholarship and education at the university into sharper focus. During my inauguration as the president of Yale in 2013, I announced Yale’s Africa Initiative. By working with collaborators in Ghana and other countries in Africa, I knew we could advance academic excellence at Yale and our partner institutions.



Yale SOM wins top prize at INNOVATEChina 2018


March 24, 2018. Shanghai – An app that allows China’s fast-growing urban elderly — and tech savvy — population to find and join social activities won first prize at the INNOVATEChina 2018 global business plan competition which was held today at the Shanghai Campus. The Yale School of Management team picked up the US$10,000 winner’s cheque for their Silver Hour app after a day of intense competition between finalist teams from the Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad, IE Business School, Nanyang Business School, ESADE Business School and CEIBS. The CEIBS team was awarded second prize for their app that helps parents in China find the right extracurricular activities for their children by connecting them to freelance teachers. Third prize went to the team from ESADE for their waste management education app.

Established in 2008, INNOVATEChina is one of the flagship annual events organized by CEIBS MBA students. A platform for discovering tomorrow’s innovators, it brings together MBA students from the world’s top business schools to test their skills in a challenging business plan competition.

CEIBS Vice President and Co-Dean Prof. Zhang Weijiong introduced the theme of this year’s competition, (Re)Inventing Entrepreneurship, in his welcome address. “Entrepreneurship and innovation are key drivers of the Chinese economy,” he said. “I thank our partners Santander, McKinsey & Company and MoBike for helping us to bring together six teams with exciting ideas that may one day change the world in the areas of fintech, education and life services.”


Japanese “Postwar” in Manchuria

Hideto Tsuboi – Professor, International Research Center for Japanese Studies

Friday, April 27, 2018 – 12:00pm to 1:30pm
Room 202, Henry R. Luce Hall See map

34 Hillhouse Avenue

New Haven, CT 06511

It was said that more than 60,000 Japanese people remained in Manchuria when the last repatriation ship returned to Japan from China. Many remaining Japanese people in Manchuria engaged in the Chinese communist revolution at the request by the Communist Party of China. Some radical communists groups organized the cultural movements at factories, hospitals and coal mines. Dr. Tsuboi’s paper will consider their movements within the context of refugee (displaced person) problematics and discuss what /who was the refugee in the northeast Asia in 1950th.


Monster Hunt Film Screening

Saturday, April 28, 2018 – 7:00pm

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Auditorium, Whitney Humanities Center See map

53 Wall St

New Haven, CT

Directed by Raman Hui, 118 mins

Dream Sky Entertainment et al., China

DCP, Subtitled in English

Despite its unorthodox visual effects, which blend live-action martial artists together with digitally rendered creatures from the “monster realm,” Monster Hunt swiftly became the highest-grossing film in China during the year of its release. Before relocating to China to direct this fantastical action-comedy, Hong Kong native Raman Hui served as supervising animator and co-director on a number of projects at DreamWorks, including the Shrek series. Nearly 70% of Monster Hunt had to be reshot after unforeseen circumstances demanded the recasting of the film’s main actor, which – when combined with the film’s elaborate special effects and post-production editing – resulted in the film taking near seven years to complete. Monster Hunt garnered numerous awards at film festivals in mainland China and Hong Kong, including at the CineAsia Awards, the Golden Rooster Awards, and the Hundred Flower Awards. As a result of the film’s commercial success, two sequels were announced, both helmed by Hui. (Written by Jason Douglass, Series Organizer)

Yale Club of Hong Kong: Dinner to celebrate Rachel Cheung’s successful Carnegie Hall debut

Date : Thursday 26-Apr-2018
Time : 7:00pm
Venue : Treetops Room in Hong Kong Country Club, Deep Water Bay
Cost : Est. at $400 per head
Contact Person : Randy Kwei: rckwei@gmail.com


Dinner to celebrate Rachel Cheung’s successful Carnegie Hall debut
Please join us for dinner on April 23 to welcome Rachel back to Hong Kong and to celebrate her phenomenal success in her Carnegie Hall piano debut last month.  No better way to hear all about her experience in New York!
Date: April 26, 2018
Cocktail: 7:00pm
Dinner: 7:30pm
Venue: Treetops Room in Hong Kong Country Club, Deep Water Bay
Cost: Est. at $400 per head
To sign up or if you have any questions, please contact Randy Kwei at rckwei@gmail.com.