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@UCSD September 2007, Volume 5, Number 1 @UCSD: An Alumni Publication
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Credit: On the cover: UCSD Professor Catherine Todd is researching the AIDS/heroin connection in Afghanistan. Credit: On the cover: On the Cutting Edge -- UCSD's Rady School of Management has just moved into its new building; photo by Jim Coit
Up Front: Letters to and from the editor
Campus Currents: UCSD Stories
Shelf Life: Books
Cliff Notes: Student life and sports
Class Notes: Alumni profiles
Campaign Update: Imagine the Future
Looking Back: Thoughts on UCSD
Credits: Staff and Contributors
Credit: On the cover: UCSD Professor Catherine Todd is researching the AIDS/heroin connection in Afghanistan. Credit: On the cover: UCSD Professor Catherine Todd is researching the AIDS/heroin connection in Afghanistan. Credit: On the cover: UCSD Professor Catherine Todd is researching the AIDS/heroin connection in Afghanistan.
Making Waves LLetters From China

Bye Bye Lake Mead

In The Swing

I Am the Walrus

Good Gizmo

Shanghai Law

by Kammy Tsang '97 and Henry To '98

Our two boys had the opportunity to be immersed in Mandarin while we were in China and our oldest is now enrolled in a Chinese Immersion Program as a kindergartener.

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One in a Million

by Lori Rai

I am literally one in a million here as the ONLY foreign face to be found.  Do I attract attention? You bet — just like a rock star.

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From Backpacker to Businessman

by Ken Haumschilt

This was definitely not the Communist China I had pictured. It was a side of China I never learned about at UCSD IRPS in Dr. Naughton's, "Doing Business in China." This was wholesale capitalism at its finest.

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A Look Back

by Roy Carlson

What I remember most is the kindness of the people and the very colorful clothing of the children.  Most of the adults wore blue, grey or green, but the kids had vivid pinks and oranges, reds and yellows.  It projected a much different image than the otherwise dreary existence associated with a Communist nation at that time.

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It's The Real Shanghai

by Lily Niu

So, after interviewing with a number of production houses, I landed at Protean Image Group (P.I.G.) China as a production coordinator, and about two weeks into my first real job, I began work on what my boss and executive producer says is the biggest project he’s ever worked on—the Coca-Cola job.

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