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  • Study economic and political development in China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, and South Korea.


  • Visit U.S.-invested electric motor factory west of Shanghai


  • Visit economic enterprises, zones, and government planning agencies in South Korea,  Taiwan, South China, and Hong Kong.


  • Tour Shenzhen, Hong Kong, Kaohsiung, Busan harbors, enterprises and special economic zones.


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  • Visit Taiwan-invested electronics factory and a U.S.-invested plastic extruding factory in Shenzhen.


  • Briefing by U.S. Chamber of Commerce in Shanghai.


  • Visit Taiwan's Industrial Technology Research Institute and Hsinchu Science Park.


  • Train from Beijing to Shanghai, Kaohsiung to Taipei, and Busan to Seoul.


  • Cruise along Huangpu industrial corridor in Shanghai and moving lecture on Shanghai history along Shanghai Bund.


  • Visit Democracy Memorial and Museum in Busan, Korea.


  • Visit several manufacturing cities/centers in Pearl River Delta: Guzhen, Zhongshan, & Dongguan cities.


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  • Talk with Hong Kong political leaders.


  • Ascend Taipei 101 (the world's tallest building).

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  • Visit Guangdong province planning authority.


  • Study the powerful economic symbiosis between Taiwan and the Shanghai region.


  • Tour the Hong Kong harbor, the Hong Kong container harbor, and Victoria Peak.


  • Study the impact of containerized logistics capabilities on global economic activity.


  • Briefing by Korea Foreign Investment Association.


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  • Visits to South Taiwan Science Park and Taiwan Sugar Museum.


  • Visit Pohang Iron and Steel complex, South Korea.


  • Visit Hundai ship yard in Ulsan, South Korea.


  • Visit Chiang Kai-shek Memorial and Chiang Kai-shek Villa.


  • Sight-seeing in Canton: Shamian Island, Whampao military academy.


  • By boat to out-lying islands of Hong Kong.



  • Victoria Peak and Hong Kong harbor.
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