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French Students’ China Tour

Publié le 19 octobre 2016 dans Campus Life,Testimonies

Each year, some French students choose to study in SUPINFO China.  All of them are full of curiosity about magnificent scenery and various culture in different place of China. The following videos are made by 3 French students from Paris Campus, they hope to share the wonderful trips in China with you…

Author: Vantharo Kuy   Patrick LY   Thomas Huang

 

 

 China Tour-Beijing

 China Tour-Hong Kong

China Tour-Lantau, Hong Kong

China Tour-Ping Yao

China Tour-Jinan/Qu Fu

 China Tour-Beidaihe/Shanhaiguan

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Co-Founder of LLVision  and Fullweb Weekly, Julien Buty is a SUPINFO alumnus from the class of 2009. After a first year of study at SUPINFO France, Julien was part of the first batch of students to join SUPINFO China. He stayed on the Tianjin Campus for 2 years before returning to France, and graduated with a Double Master of Science thanks to SUPINFO’s partnership with Oxford Brookes University.

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Co-Founder of TechMeAbroad and while42, Sylvain Kalache is a SUPINFO alumnus from the 2011 class. After two years of studies at SUPINFO France, he joined SUPINFO China Tianjin campus and stayed there two years, before finally graduating at SUPINFO San Francisco Campus.

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In the deep of your heart, do you have an ideal job? Do you have an ideal country where you want to live? Do you feel confuse between job and country? Now the website TechMeAbroad is about connecting tech startups and tech companies around the World with open-minded IT talents who wants to work abroad, discover a new culture and work in the country of their dreams. Plus, this website will post only offers from tech startups sponsoring visas including US, Canada, Europe, Australie, Asia…

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As long as you speak fluent English and is good at an IT technology (even beginners), you can apply. It is totally free of charge.

The co-founder of TechMeAbroad, Sylvain Kalache is SUPINFO alumnus who studied two years in Tianjin Campus. You can know more about him on LinkedIn.

 

Some tips for jobseeker

For most countries that require visas, the type of visa you’re eligible to mostly depends on you!

Two typical ways

  • Either you first apply to the job offers you’re interested in, without worrying about visas, get interviewed by the employer, and if the fit seems right, the employer will help you figure out what visa is good for you towards the end of the process.
  • Or, to have a significant advantage, you can first talk with an immigration attorney about your case, so that you can list what visas you’re eligible to as soon as you start talking with the employer. If you wish to get professional legal advice from a trusted immigration attorney about your specific case, ask us our exclusive list of trusted partners.
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Applications Android utiles en Chine

Publié le 25 juin 2014 dans Testimonies

Applications Android utiles en Chine

Once in China, if you do not control the language of the country , your smartphone and its 3G connection will quickly become your best friends!

To prepare yourself, here is a non-exhaustive list of small applications that I advise you to have and which may be helpful for traveling or simply to discuss with Chinese people. Being very addicted to phone, they spend a lot of time on it, especially in transport and exchange a lot through social networks.

Clarification: Here I talk about applications under Android. For iOS and WP, some are perhaps not available.

Useful applications in everyday life:

Google Map: This application will easily allow you to enter an address in Chinese , for yourself of for the taxi driver.

Google Map

Baidu Map: this application, more or less equivalent to Google Maps, it will be very useful once taken in hand, to find the different bus routes and stops. You can follow the path of a specific bus line from start to its terminus.
Although entirely in Chinese, the application is simple to use.

Baidu Map

Google Traduction : translation from English to Chinese is sometimes necessary to be understood. A handy feature of Google translation is the translation of text based on a photo, tested and approved very useful for translating a restaurant menu written only in Chinese characters!

Google Traduction

Pleco : Pleco is a translation software, like Google Translation, but more advanced. I also used more Pleco for its accuracy, which offers different meanings and existing writing of a word (ie a word in Chinese can have different meanings and different characters depending on the tone used.)

Pleco

Pleco is also very convenient to find a definition for a character when you do not know pinyin, simply « just » draw.

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social Applications

As I said at the beginning, Chinese are very player of instant messaging and social networking software.

The two main social networks found in China are:

Weibo: the equivalent of Twitter.

Renren: the equivalent of Facebook.

In addition to these two social networks, there are applications that allow you to share photos, music or just messages to contacts, the equivalent of a Facebook wall but specific to these applications.

If you want to have contact with the Chinese, you must be one of the following applications:

International QQ: http://www.imqq.com/
QQ exists Mobile and Desktop version both have an international version and a fully Chinese version (I advise you to start the international version)

WeChat: http://www.wechat.com/en/
WeChat are only mobile application.

Clarification regarding WeChat: the French already present in China (. Students, STA etc) are all on WeChat, it is usually by groups that organize outings and information flows between French.

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During your travels in China, the following applications can you strong beings helpful

Trip Advisor: Allows you to find attractions, restaurants and other activities that are of interest in the city you are visiting. Very handy to organize visits daily or to plan ahead.

TripAdvisor

Ctrip : Ctrip est sûrement le site le plus utilisé par les étrangers pour réserver des billets de train, des hôtels ou des billets d’avion. L’application mobile ne permet, pour le moment, que de réserver des hôtels ou des billets d’avions, mais cela peut toujours servir si vous avez besoin de trouver un hôtel dans le coin où vous êtes.

Ctrip: Ctrip is probably the site most used by foreigners to book train tickets, hotels and tickets. The mobile application only allows, for the moment, booking hotels and air tickets, but it can still be used if you need to find a hotel in the area where you are.

Author Olivier Mascort

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Jérôme in China

Publié le 6 février 2014 dans Testimonies

Je suis cette année en M.Sc 1 sur le campus de HEBUT à Tianjin en Chine. Après être arrivé en B.Sc 1 à SUPINFO Rennes, je souhaitais aller faire une année en Chine afin de découvrir la culture asiatique et d’améliorer mon Anglais.

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Laboratory TechBlog

Publié le 23 janvier 2014 dans Sign of Success,Testimonies

In lab TechBlog website, SUPINFO China lab members will publish all kinds of IT technical article. They share their experiences and advices. You can get a lot of pratical knowledges and lastest information from here. To visite the website, please click here.

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