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2013/05/20

Harvard University in Shanghai: Kate McFarlin President of Harvard Club, Jeffrey Williams Executive Director and Cleaning Rivers in Houtan Park

-How many graduates live in Shanghai??  over 700??  WOW.
Kate McFarlin arrived with her one-year fellowship and a five-year plan to improve her Chinese, get experience, and make contacts. Ten years later, she remains in China, comfortably fluent in Mandarin, and, as the president of the Harvard Club of Shanghai, is working to strengthen the alumni community.
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Jeffrey Williams is executive director of Harvard Center Shanghai, a foothold designed to assist the University's involvement in China by providing local knowhow, administrative support, and facilities like the facsimile classroom, which also features a booth for simultaneous translation and extra-wide blackboards so translators can duplicate instructors' writings.

The 90-seat classroom is used mostly by HBS's Executive Education program, which Williams refers to as the center's anchor tenant. But even though it was constructed with support from HBS and the Harvard China Fund, the center is intended as a University-wide facility, as welcoming to those interested in public health, education, or astronomy as to those interested in business.

"We support student activities. We support training, like Harvard Business School's executive training. We host symposia and conferences. We have staff here who support things like business publishing or delivering Law School programs," Williams said. "I like to think of the center as a tool. We're not creating new content ourselves, but we're helping facilitate Harvard content and bringing it to China."
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A manmade stream that draws from Shanghai's Huangpu River takes in water so polluted it shouldn't be touched. The stream slows the water, aerates it, and filters it through vegetation, until it emerges clean enough that people can swim in it.

The project, called Houtan Park, runs a mile along the riverbank through what was once an urban brownfield, a former industrial site and scar on the urban landscape that is similar to many others in cities around the world.

The park, toured by Harvard President Drew Faust during a visit in 2010, is the brainchild of Kongjian Yu, a Harvard Graduate School of Design (GSD) alumnus, dean of architecture and landscape architecture at Peking University, and design critic in landscape architecture and urban design at the GSD. His environmental approach to landscape architecture has won him international acclaim.
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