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Dr. James He

Professor of Information Systems & Operations Management
xhe@fairfield.edu
o: Dolan School of Business Rm 2115
p: x2835

 

10 Questions on Chinese New Year's

The Connecticut Post talked about the holiday with professor Xin James He of Fairfield University's Dolan School of Business. He grew up in China and has fond memories of the holiday. He said, "The color red is the dominant color for the New Year's celebration. It's the opposite of what it is in this country. In the U.S., when you're behind in your finances, we say that you're 'in the red.' In China, it's just the opposite: Green means you're in trouble. Red means prosperity. Gold is also important, too."

Published in The Connecticut Post on 1/25/09


10 Questions on Chinese New Year's

Recently, the Connecticut Post talked about the holiday with professor Xin James He of Fairfield University's Dolan School of Business. He grew up in China and has fond memories of the holiday

Published in Connecticut Post on 1/26/09


What can we expect from the Olympics in China

The Chinese people "feel it's a good opportunity for the rest of the world to visit China, to see China, and to communicate and understand maybe commonalities and some differences." James He, Ph.D., Professor of Information Systems and Operations Management

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