Hello, I’m Laura Brinn, director of global communications at Duke. I’m in China this week working on communications planning and outreach with colleagues from Duke and Duke Kunshan University.
Although it’s been raining nearly nonstop for the past couple of days, my colleague Jennifer Boroski and I were lucky enough to squeeze in a quick walk along Yangcheng lake right after we arrived from the U.S. on Wednesday.
Yangcheng lake is famous in China as a source of hairy crabs, a local delicacy that attracts hungry visitors from around China. The lakeside path is also a wonderful place to enjoy the natural beauty of Kunshan and recover from a long and tiring flight from the U.S.