A consultant who takes photo
An amateur writer who paints
A global citizen who speaks 5 languages
A realistic capitalist who dreamed of becoming a musician
Currenty, I work as an internal consultant at Signify in Netherlands, taking a versatile role.
Before Signify, I worked as an external consultant for 4 years in Shanghai, focusing on digital transformation of financial and fintech industry.
At the same time, I volunteered at an NGO in China, providing marketing strategy consulting service to other small NGOs.
You can download my resume here:
I take photos of city, nature, and life in general. I share photos at my Instagram.
As you can see in this blog, I write.
I mostly write about books that I read, observations and reflections of life and work, and any other things that I’m curious about.
Most of the time I write in Chinese. Sometimes I write in English.
I love learning languages. So far I can speak:
native Chinese Madarin, fluent English, conversational Japanese, conversational Spanish, basic Dutch.
I’m still learning all the languages mentioned above (yes, including Chinese), though through different ways.
More languages on the way.
I regard myself as a global citizen, i.e., someone who lives and will live in different countries, open to different cultures, and is willing to make efforts to make the world a better place.
I plan to live in different countries in the future. Possibly through work secondment, digital nomad, or traveling with passive income.
At the same time, I’m also taking courses of sustainability. I hope I can join a company or an NGO which is focusing on solving the major issues the world.
I learned fingerstyle guitar for 4 years. I took lessons and practiced almost everyday. I stopped the lessons because I left Shanghai.
I wanted to learn music writing by myself but failed. I figured I need to take some lessons as a person with limited talent in music.
I like ambient music, Japanese music, and any music that’s with beautiful melody and acoustic instruments.
My plan for now is to keep practicing guitar and find an opportunity to study music in Japan in the future.
I admit that my life is built on the capitalism: salary from the corporations, daily life based on consumption goods and labor of others, and financial investment.
In order to become an idealist, I need to be a capitalist now — work, save money, and create passive income.