Hello again from Chang πŸ˜‰

Cannot believe we are already in week 5 :-O There’s so much going on every week. Here are a few highlights from the past three weeks:

Warehouse/factory visits (covered by Nok and Winnie)

Just-in-time game on IOM workshop (covered by A)

Poster-making and presenting session (covered by Jie)

Class photo-shoot (covered by Winnie)

Halloween party (covered by Alex)

& Last night: Bowling game in Milton Keynes!!!

Well… Shall we let the photos explain all the fun we had πŸ˜‰


Cranfield University’s main entrance (courtesy to Punyawee Pom – a current MSc student in Welding Engineering)


Learning how to use Mendeley for organising academic references with Heather Woodfield from Kings Norton Library


Drinks on Saturday night in SOM’s forum


With live music from French student Yvan Norotte (δΌŠδΈ‡) – a current MSc student in Management


Collaboration for sustainability – Panel debate in PSP lecture


Group presentation on the case study for Toyota’s production system


Happy Red team 9 members with their poster πŸ˜‰


Great Learning Team Dinner with Professor Richard Wilding


Class photo shooting with everyone looking smart


Let’s get the bowl rolling… guys!


We are from Lane 13 – wait… we were suppose to have 8 in a team! There is an intruder in this team photo (can you spot him?)


Hey Giulio πŸ˜‰ one of our main organiser for the Hallowen Party – Big thanks to you!


The academics are having fun too πŸ˜€ Thank you all for joining us!


The star in Lane 13 – joint winner for the 3rd place


Lane 12 members are celebrating for a strike!


Group photo for the night πŸ˜€


The winner – happily holding his trophy!


On the coach heading back to Cranfield (only half of us are in this pic., there were two coaches)

I have to say that “I’m Lovin’ It” so far! I particularly love the fact that although we, as LSCMers, have a busy study schedule, the majority of us are enjoying all the other aspects of lives in the mean time. It is all of these group works, serious and ‘unserious’ games that bound us together and help us to learn from each others.

Keep going, guys! πŸ˜€

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