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===INTRODUCTION===
 
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Beijing Makerspace will be bringing in a carefully screened selection of about 10 corporate executives/investors, entrepreneurs, institutions, and local Chinese government officials who are super excited about the Maker movement, to the Bay Area between November 9th and November 17th. The primary officially-publicised objectives of their trip to the San Francisco Bay Area are to:
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Beijing Makerspace will be bringing in a carefully screened selection of about 15 corporate executives/investors, entrepreneurs, institutions, and local Chinese government officials who are super excited about the Maker movement, to the Bay Area between November 9th and November 17th. The primary officially-publicised objectives of their trip to the San Francisco Bay Area are to:
  
 
1. Create a vision of the transition to incubating more makers through a better understanding of innovation<br>
 
1. Create a vision of the transition to incubating more makers through a better understanding of innovation<br>
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Beijing Makerspace strongly believes that the culture and spirit of Noisebridge are crucial elements to this development. Having these carefully screened selection of Chinese citizens, business people and government officials immerse themselves into this incredibly unique space for a few hours and meeting with as many wonderful hackers as possible would help them best understand how Noisebridge achieves its mission to "be excellent to each other."
 
Beijing Makerspace strongly believes that the culture and spirit of Noisebridge are crucial elements to this development. Having these carefully screened selection of Chinese citizens, business people and government officials immerse themselves into this incredibly unique space for a few hours and meeting with as many wonderful hackers as possible would help them best understand how Noisebridge achieves its mission to "be excellent to each other."
  
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On November 9th, Beijing Makerspace would love to kickstart the trip through the magic of Noisebridge with a hosted lunch at Gracias Madre at 1pm, in order to directly meet all interested and available hackers to talk about Noisebridge's culture, hacker projects, and more. They would also like to join the Circuit Hacking Monday that same evening.
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On November 9th, Beijing Makerspace would love to kickstart the trip through the magic of Noisebridge with a hosted lunch near the space at 1pm, in order to directly meet all interested and available hackers to talk about Noisebridge's culture, hacker projects, and more. They would also like to join the Circuit Hacking Monday that same evening.
  
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The Maker tour group will be having a consecutive interpreter present throughout the entire time period of their visit, in order to help minimize language barriers.
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The Maker tour group will be having a simultaneous interpreter present throughout the entire time period of their visit, in order to help minimize language barriers.
  
  

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