Monthly Archives: March 2012

Seeking partners for a techie coworking space in Wudaokou – URGENT!

After spending a few weeks working in Lush / Bridge Cafe / Sculpting in Time and MAAN coffee, i finally found myself an office…for until April 5. It is my friend iOS coding school, appleschool.cnI was meaning to write a blog post titled “Learnin… Continue reading

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Entrepreneur Hardship Series: Tough times all entrepreneurs encounter

Entrepreneur Hardship 101 ??? Borrowing money I quit my job 1 month ago, to finally really start 100% with my start-up. Problem was not completely plan. I left my company after some disagreement with management (see post ???What qualified as mo… Continue reading

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Vulnerability is not weakness: Mastering Shame.

Just watched this TED speech from Brene Brown and I can not agree more with her.I wrote before 2 reasons for this blog: 1) Sharing my experience of being a community builder with iWeekend and inspire others. 2) Being Open and Transparent to help b… Continue reading

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You build your life upon people you meet~

I was so busy last week, no time to write a new blog post but thought I post this text I wrote in 2010, just before I started organizing iWeekend and after I volunteered for Shanghai Expo representing my hometown. I spent one week doing this missi… Continue reading

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Why do you like helping others? The Superman syndrome

Why do YOU do it? – You reached a stage in life where you know how to be happy and understand that happiness is the only thing that when shared, it multiplied (I read that somewhere^^). In order to sustain your own happiness in society you better … Continue reading

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