Like many other societies, China had sailed fast; like the palms of Jykell and Hyde, good and bad. I started my grand trip of Eastern 3 cities: Shenzhen, Shanghai, & Hong Kong this Thanksgiving break. The opinions might not be the most comprehensive, yet may the attempt snatch some tinkering. Upon landing, I wheeled into… Continue reading My Home is Not My Home: Shenzhen, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Aftermath.
Prior to landing, I was not aware the severity of the earthquake. Secluded from the negativity of headlines, I had the bleak idea that a national emergency was alerted in Mexico and many people had lost their lives in the double disaster of an earthquake and a storm. However, I was too naive to believe that Mexico City, as the metropolitan capital of a big economy, would stay intact. When I arrived at my Condesa flat, I witnessed the fallen bricks around my anti-seismic building. The social workers tied the yellow ribbons with red danger signs around the bungalows. Shops shut up. Grounds broke.
About New York
UNO. "Let me show you how he tied me up. In this hook, in this St Andrews cross - do you know what is St Andrews cross?" I sat down with my cup of matcha latte in the sunny day of Seattle. Casted against the glimmering maple leaves, Ian looked happy. He matched up a… Continue reading Seattle: Ian’s Fifty Shades of Grey
I. "Matcha Latte, oats." I walked into Old Country Cafe on the street of 34th at the west side. "Old style, sweetheart. You get it." Peter has known me by now. Same as Ally. I turned the hidden cafe into my daily office, and I only drank the oat milk matcha latte, like a crippled… Continue reading Gimme A Cup of Matcha Latte – Why URBANITE Starts II
I. What is heaven on earth? II. I received the invitation to Diana's wedding in Cyprus in mid-September. The period witnessed the dismantlement of my venture and my sacked pocket from Mexico. I was hesitant to go to a remote land. Diana and I met in a ash-grey London evening a year and half ago… Continue reading Cyprus: Diana and Shamit’s Wedding
I finished the half-semester class Entrepreneurial Management at Wharton. 6 weeks, the class stuffed 20 years of venture experiences. In this whirlwind speed, I did not know how I had the fortune to be a part nor was I aware how my inexperience had terribly pained the instructor. Regardless, to memorise this class, like I… Continue reading My 10 Wharton Takeaways