This blog is about my working life in Hong Kong as well as my travels through Asia. Join me as I learn to adapt to new places and cultures, and try to find an effective way to explain to people that I’m a Chinese-American that can speak English and Japanese, but not Chinese (yet).


4 Responses to About

  1. dyshin says:

    Pretend to be a professional.
    Don’t write your ‘About’ page like you’re writing to me and mom, write it like you’re writing it for strangers or for a school project.

  2. Stacy Nguyen says:

    Hi, Colgan. Assunta Ng is having me reach out to you because we know you are in Japan right now. Are you okay?

  3. David says:

    Tavis has good advise. You may want to update your current stay in China. The characters are more interesting in China as they are from all over the world. More importantly, these are the polictical or business leaders in the future. They are visionary as they see their own countries will have lots of trades and contacts with China in the future. It is the same as foreign students studying in US in the 1960s – 1990s as US was the Center of the World. The World has changed.
    Colgan, you made the right decision to stay behind in Beijing. You are in the center of the world now. If nothing else, your contacts with these Foreign students will be great assets to you. Soon you will realize, it is not “what you know” but “who you know”.

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