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  • Enjoyable internship at this well-established firm

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    Former Intern - Anonymous Intern in Qingdao, Shandong (China)
    Former Intern - Anonymous Intern in Qingdao, Shandong (China)

    I worked at TPV Technology as an intern (Less than a year)

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    The company is very flexible and accommodating to new interns. I wanted to explore the company in its entirety, and I was able to choose the divisions to rotate through as well as the amount of time I wished to spend at each position. I really liked the casual culture - all but a few of the employees were very supportive and friendly, and it was extremely easy to build friendship. Managers were quite approachable. The company values its employees' wellness by maintaining fitness facilities and serving great food in the cafeteria. Transportation is provided between the plant and the city center. Extremely clean working environment both in the office and in the plant.


    The Qingdao site is far-off from any urban scene, and living on-site, there was little to do in the evenings. Moderate level of air pollution from nearby factories and maritime humidity. Working knowledge of Mandarin is highly recommended as the average English proficiency there needs improvement.

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Headquarters Kowloon, Hong Kong
Size Unknown
Founded Unknown
Type Company - Public (0903)
Industry Information Technology
Revenue $10+ billion (USD) per year

TPV Technology is a real screen queen. The company makes LCD computer monitors and televisions. Its acts as a contract electronics manufacturer for customers such as Dell, HP, IBM, and Mitsubishi Electric for monitors, in addition to selling its own brands, AOC and Envision. The company -- which makes more than 100 monitor models -- began manufacturing in China in 1990, and reportedly has a 50% share of the LCD monitor market there. It also bought the licensing rights to manufacture Philips branded flat-screen TVs in 2011. Together China Electronics Corp. and Mitsui own... More

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