If you just arrived in Shanghai, or are a long time resident, just the same!
Below, the Harvard Club of Shanghai team created a selection of links that we feel you will find useful to get you started on your new experience in Shanghai and China, and connect you to fellow alumni in China, as well as back in Cambridge.
Harvard Alumni Association
The purpose of the HAA as stated in its Constitution is to promote the welfare of Harvard University and to establish a mutually beneficial relationship between Harvard University and its alumni. The HAA helps alumni connect with the University and with fellow graduates through a wealth of Club activities, continuing education programs, online services, and alumni events around the world.
Harvard Center Shanghai
Harvard University has long history of engagement in China. Our work there today and in the future is intended to ensure the continued flow of ideas and scholarship by building upon the fruitful relationships we have formed with Chinese universities and researchers, the Chinese government and a range of private and public organizations.
Harvard China Forum
Harvard China Forum (HCF) was founded by a group of China-focused Harvard students in 1998. It is North America's leading student forum regarding China. The Forum is a conference held each spring at Harvard University, focusing on opportunities and challenges that China faces.
HBS Club of Shanghai
Membership to HBS Alumni Club of Shanghai is open to all HBS alumni and HBS students. You must register as a member to attend our activities.
Harvard Club of Beijing
The Harvard Club of Beijing is a volunteer organization formed of students, alumni, researchers, and faculty of the various schools of Harvard University living in Beijing and the greater China region. It was first established in 1930 and has been in continuous operation since 1995.
Harvard Club of Hong Kong
The Harvard Club of Hong Kong (HCHK) has been serving as a central resource for the Harvard community in Hong Kong.
Harvard Online Learning
No matter where you live, you can still connect with Harvard's vast intellectual resources. As part of the Harvard Alumni Association's continued efforts to share online learning opportunities, they are introducing a selection of online courses curated specifically for the alumni community.
The Harvard Crimson
The Harvard Crimson is the only breakfast-table daily newspaper in Cambridge, Mass. The Crimson publishes every morning, Monday through Friday, except on federal and University holidays.The Harvard Crimson, the nation's oldest continuously published daily college newspaper, was founded in 1873 and incorporated in 1967.
Your independent source for Harvard news since 1898.
The Harvard Gazette, under several names, has been published for 132 years — or, for perspective on just how long, since James A. Garfield was president. Once strictly a print product, the Gazette now is an online engine, and an increasingly modern one.