The spirit doesn’t always strike me, but lately I’ve been feeling focused enough to read. I think I was getting burnt out on Victorian novels after finishing Jane Eyre, and Frankenstein just couldn’t hold my attention. I needed something a little bit more pertinent to my professional focus—namely, books about China. I went to my…… Continue reading Interested in China? Read These Books.
After winding our way through the paths traversing the Green Lake, all eleven of us arrived at a beautiful Qing Dynasty structure for dinner. We stepped over the wooden threshold and into the maze of progressively larger and more ornate rooms to the center courtyard and up the stairs to the room of honor. It had…… Continue reading Returning to Kunming
We are rapidly approaching Chinese New Year and I am very excited to usher in the Year of The Monkey. In order to ring in the new year, there will be numerous events around San Francisco, and I am looking forward to celebrating with my friends and colleagues. Here are some of my top pics. San…… Continue reading Celebrate Chinese New Year 2016 in San Francisco
Too much masculine energy getting you down on your rides? Then come join the Velo Vixens! Sorry fellas– no boys allowed. This is a chill and social spin happening Monday, July 20th at 6:15– be there! It will be an easy pace, and we will do about 10mi, or a 1hr ride. We will stop for drinks…… Continue reading Return of The Velo Vixens Bike Ride
This week I was finally able to take a little time out to do some A/B testing on my E-newsletter. The list I tested on has recipients from all around the world, but the main bulk of folks are in the USA and China. I wanted to know which language of subject line would get…… Continue reading Testing Subject Lines: English or Chinese?