10 Years from 32151, Automation, SJTU

My old classmate Gong Liang sent us an email to remind us to return to Shanghai Jiao Tong University (SJTU) on April 11, 2009 – it is the official “Get Back to School” day of SJTU. More than that, it is 10 years since we graduate from university. It brought my memory back to the class 32151 of Automation Department of SJTU.

10 years. I changed a lot in the last 10 years, and the time as a student in Shanghai Jiao Tong University seems to be very far from me. At that time, there was no blog, no digital camera, and there was plenty of time. I am not a good student when I was in university – I may talk about it when I am in the mood of getting back to old days…

My office now is still on the campus of the university, but only today, I suddenly realized that I have ever studied here 10 years ago – think about how long the 10 years are.

Yes. I am getting back to Min Hang campus on April 11. If there is any other alumni who go back to Minhang Campus, please let me know, and let’s schedule some time to know each other and talk.

Here is a list of names of classmates. I read the names of each person, and, ops, for some, I had a hard time to remember… We didn’t contact each other after graduation (to be more exactly, I intentionally isolate myself from others). Hope April 11, 2009 is an opportunity to reconnect to my old friends.


段晓文   陈黛    曲波    吴立纲   周捷

张铭    王锋    魏海滨   梅佳予   王晔

朱元晨   殷重先   宗锐    周珉    王怡靖

周俊威   刘冬清   王建硕   马劲    柴海林

张宜    何宇升   钱江    黄学    朱顺波

张震    宫 亮   陈汇钢


言玮    万洁卉   刘枫    王治    杨永

赵翊捷   潘炜    金东    吴文翔   刘毅

方圆海   徐军    顾军    池纪锋   费嘉亮

向阳    王凌云   王茂华   张江红   王昊鹏

赵家佳   潘正    陈波    徐光业   陈旻

张华    尹启龙   冯传正   


桑伟数   何育敏   王爱华   朱磊    冯玮

张敏毅   周纪    赵海峰   陈德嵘   俞清

叶凌    李炜    赵晋    池永华   蔡峰峰

李晓冬   陈昶    甘泉    卢会来   祁江

于祖强   冼旭和   盛浩军   杨添龙   郑鸿


8 thoughts on “10 Years from 32151, Automation, SJTU

  1. Hello, may I ask an unrelated question?

    I’ll visit Shanghai soon and thought I might use Twitter to communicate. I have a basic GSM phone and a China Mobile SIM. With this, is it possible to sent tweets? Like to an SMS number or an email?

    Alternatively, I could do it from a Windows Mobile PDA. (Not a PDA phone). Is free wifi common in Shanghai nowadays? Maybe with so many apartments, people set up the router and forget the security. Even in the US it’s not unusual to find a free wifi with the SSID of “linksys” or “dlink”.

    xie xie!

  2. I don’t think you can use SMS or email (I believe there must be many add-on, but I am not a deep user of twitter’s addons).

    Free wifi is not common, although they have paid Wifi. If you use Windows Mobile PDA, you can access Internet via GPRS network – always on, no matter where you go.

  3. I’m in F0003203, graduated in 2004. The way they name the class has changed a lot.

  4. Thanks Jian Shuo. My PDA isn’t a phone, no GPRS.

    If you get a China Mobile SIM with a phone-PDA, can you use GPRS? Do you have to sign up for a monthly data plan, or is it like the voice/sms where you pay per minute or per SMS? In the US you typically have to sign up for a 1-2 year contract and pay per month for data, but then it’s generally unlimited data.



  5. im writing my documented essay based on the topic of Hukou (actually still not sure about it.. i have to confirm that topic with my teacher ><) haha, and it turns out that you are my senior~!wow, a little excited~^_^


    ps: i’d like to add you as my friend on FB. please accept me and dont think of me as a weird stranger *^_^*

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