After worked in a small company in Pasadena for 4 years as software engineer, the question came to my mind. How could I break to the next level? Am I gonna stuck on this for the rest of my life? I believe for quite a few oversea Chinese, it is one common quest. I saw the same question asked on mitbbs again and again. Once you have this question in your mind, you will not be settled on current position. I decided to step out of the comfortable zone, and recharge myself a little bit. The decision and investment varies - study overseas, go for MBA, immigrate, or study something new. MBA, my 3rd master degree? No. Since I wasn't quite sure what should I do, I studied during office hours and got a bunch of certificates - MCSE , MCAD , MCP , SJCP , SJWCD , CCNP , and PMP . I even got full reimbursement for all the expense. After several weeks, the phone calls from recruiters such as MS and Google came in. Through these phone calls, I realized how difficult to switch to other roles su
Why did the bloody hell they do this on the first hand? One has pretty face and another has great voice, for kids? I don't know what's the lead male singer Liu Huan's thoughts on this. Thinking about it, two little girls have to go through this kind of shit and meaningless pressure. Now what they can do is , as usual, deleting all the related posts in China.
On Thursday morning, after the heavy shower, we arrived Shenzhen Capitaland Plaza. Apparently we arrived the theatre too early, and we got free entrance because the ticket office is still closed. The movie we watched, again, is Kongfu Panda. Free entrance for such an awesome movie, I totally agree Po's words - "There is no charge for awesomeness or attractiveness"