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China is known as a manufacturing powerhouse, but the Chinese government is looking to spark innovation as well. Twenty students from Sichuan University were the first in the "Global Innovators" program at ASU's Tempe campus, where they learned about business, cultural differences and a little baseball.

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“I realized the most important thing we needed to do was to be a team that was mentally strong and gritty.“ - Missy Farr-Kaye, head coach of the ASU women's golf team, which won the national championship this year

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