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Dpark launches a Certificate on “Chinese Thought and Cultural Resources” in association with Fudan School of Philosophy

Dpark is launching an English-language program aimed at enhancing international and Chinese managers’ knowledge of Chinese cultural resources so as to enrich and facilitate the exercise of their corporate mission and social responsibility in China.

The program is designed and taught by professors from the School of Philosophy at Fudan University. Its unique teaching and research resources have been mobilized for creating a groundbreaking training program fitting the needs of decision-makers through teaching, encounters and visits.
Professors will provide in-depth teaching on early and latter-days Confucianism, Daoism, Buddhism, Chinese insights on the natural world and the social order, linking together the intellectual achievements, social experiences and ways of living that have shaped Chinese civilization. Critical and comprehensive in scope, the course will develop managers’ capabilities to creatively assess Chinese cultural resources and to integrate their findings into their strategic and ethical thinking.
A Certificate delivered by the School of Philosophy will sanction attendance to the 9 week-ends (60 class hours ) of teaching that this program will encompass. Registration is now opened, and the program will start at the beginning of 2015, spanning from January till December.


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