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South China University of Technology School of International Education Graduation Ceremony. Saturday, 25 June 2016.
I had one thing in mind: to have a sabbatical year. The goal? To figure out what I want to do next. Statistically speaking, I was middle aged. For more than half my life, I had always had a blueprint of what I should do in life and where my life should head. But the… Read More An Expired Blueprint
In January-February 2016, I was about to have a six-week spring break from my study in Guangzhou. What would I do? The default and obvious plan for me was to stay in mainland China and travel, making use of my visa. But would I? I had my doubts and worries.
This is a journey I thought I’d never taken. Backpacking. Lack of detailed planning. Just bought the tickets in & out of the cities first; fill in the blanks later. But this is also not a regular year in my life.
Some say I’m arrogant. Others say I’m lonely. Some say I’m out of touch with reality. Others think I’m unrelatable. There seems to be a variety of them, but on closer look, I think they’re all quite similar. There’s a running theme of how people has been treating me over a significant course of my… Read More The Journey to Accept My Core
South China University of Technology School of International Education Commencement Ceremony. Thursday, 10 September 2015.
Some friends have asked me about the statements that I sent to China Scholarship Council and earned me YES China Scholarship. The fact that you’re searching for samples of statements of this nature probably means you’re hunting for some degree / scholarship opportunity. My advice is you should first consult each university’s admisison page and find out what… Read More Indonesia’s Devastating Hunger of Effective Managers