Greater China Club


The Greater China Club (GCC) aims to build a supportive and dynamic community for students from Greater China, and students that are interested in the culture and business of this region.

Kellogg Greater China Club (GCC) strives to strengthen Kellogg’s ties with the Greater China region. GCC has over 300 active members, including students from the MBA, EMBA, JD, and Evening and Weekend programs. As one of the largest affiliate clubs at Kellogg School of Management, GCC is a great platform for Kellogg-wide involvement in a variety of academic, recruiting, alumni, admissions, and social activities.

Through active engagement with business communities connected with the Greater China region, GCC seeks to create more opportunities for its members to grow as future business leaders.

Upcoming Events

  • Nov
    14

    Living in the Billions - a panel discussion

    Ever wondered how a country with over a billion citizens simply function? Think about the systems that need to be in place, the society that needs to be attuned to living in such density and diversity. Hear from a panel of speakers from China and India on a day in their lives, living in the billions. Lunch will be provided.
  • Nov
    14

    2020 China Trek Info Session

    Have you ever thought about visiting China but don’t know where to start? Look no further – Greater China Club will be hosting its annual China Trek during spring break 2020! Join your fellow Kellogg brave leaders for an immersive, cultural, and fun trip to China where you will experience 5,000 years of rich history, enjoy the most authentic Chinese street food, and learn what “Made in China” truly means.
  • Nov
    19

    Trump’s US or Xi’s China: which is the EU’s best bet for post-Brexit success?

    We are excited to announce the kickoff to this year’s debate series! The European Business Club, Public Policy Club and Greater China Club are teaming up together to host a 4 vs 4 group debate on a timely and controversial topic, namely “Trump’s US or Xi’s China: which is the EU’s best bet for post-Brexit success?“ In the spirit of competition, a winning team will be decided post-debate by audience vote. Topic: Trump’s US or Xi’s China: which is the EU’s best bet for post-Brexit success? Date: November 19 (Tuesday); 12:15-1:15 pm Faculty Sponsor: Benjamin Jones Format: 4 v 4; Lincoln-Douglas debate format Lunch will be provided.
  • Nov
    19

    MOSAIC X EVC Entrepreneurship around the World

    What's it like to be an entrepreneur outside of Silicon Valley? How easy is it to do business and get support from governments, investors, and communities? How do other cultures view entrepreneurship and its future potential? Come and join our small group lunches, featuring Kellogg students who started their business before school in their home countries.
Leadership Team
  • Guilherme Küster
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  • Siwei Liu
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  • Yang Hu
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  • Jun Yin
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  • Kim Sun
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  • Lisa Yuan
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  • Long Ma
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  • Duen Hsu
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  • Haoming Chen
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  • Xinghao Wang
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  • Ningjing Zhong
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  • Lysa Wei
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  • Charles Kerhin
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  • Jason Jiang
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  • Ziyi Zheng
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  • Zixuan Liu
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  • Connie Sun
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  • Zicheng Gong
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  • Bingxu Kang
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  • Bowen Li
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  • Kiki Yunqi Zhang
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  • Albert Ren
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  • Theo Tang
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  • Menglu He
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  • Cheng Qian
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  • Mike Sarchet
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  • Sabrina Hou
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  • Yale Zhu
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  • Michael Gadebusch
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  • June Zhang
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  • Elvis Zhang
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  • Shin Arita
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  • Hesper Huang
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  • Nathan Zhu
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  • Fiona Li
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  • Yang Tang
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  • Shirley Xiang
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  • Cindy Qu
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  • Catherine Tao
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