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Next Step Connections organized a networking dinner at Momo Paradise Japanese restaurant in the former French Concession for over 20 guests including NSC internship program interns from the United States and Europe as well as producers from Shanghai TV Channel (ICS), 2008 program alumni David Garcia who is currently acting at the Dramatic Arts Centre in ‘Perfume’, employers representing Metro, the American Chamber of Commerce and several event and marketing companies as well as NSC team members including Sabrina, Emma, Grace, William and Jerome.
The guests enjoyed Japanese style shabu-shabu hot pot at this famous family-run Japanese chain successfully established in Taiwan, Japan for decades.
It was great to see such a multicultural and diverse crowd from different continents, industries ranging from biotech to marketing to TV production to CSR, sharing their business, career and life insights.
It was also the farewell dinner for the Hamline University Winter Internship Program ran by Next Step Connections, where US interns had a chance to enjoy their last dinner together before returning to snowy Minnesota, which was somehow probably as snowy as freezing Shanghai, that night.
Next Step Connections would like to thank all the guests for their sharing, and is looking forward for their next social development and networking event as part of NSC’s internship program in Shanghai, China.