Caught in the Crossfire: Witnessing “Political Correctness” at Yale

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  A couple of weeks ago, I found out by accident through a share on Facebook that I was part of a team at the New York Times Chinese website that won the 2017 SOPA Awards for Excellence in Lifestyle…

Who Can Teach You About Life?

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Last week, I read David Brooks’s column “Mis-Educating the Young”  which opens with his lunch conversation with a former student, Lucy Fleming, a 20 something recent college graduate.  Brooks asks what she has learned in her first year out of…

Mable, New York

Mable Chan

Mable Chan is the founder of China Personified. Her contact is mablechan@chinapersonified.com.

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Exclusive Part Two Interview with Chinese Pianist Lang Lang

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World-renowned classical pianist Lang Lang talks about his International Music Foundation, and his vision to educate and inspire the next generation.

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Exclusive Part One Interview with Chinese Pianist Lang Lang

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Headliners & Heroes presents exclusive part one interview with world-renowned classical pianist Lang Lang. He describes his childhood in China, his passion for piano performing and his road to success.

What Intimidates You?

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When I was young, everything intimidated me and nothing intimidated me.  I used my youth and naivety to ask direct questions, seek candid answers, and show genuine curiosity. That personality trait served me well as I grew up to become…

Mable, New York

Mable Chan

Mable Chan is the founder of China Personified. Her contact is mablechan@chinapersonified.com.

5 Reasons Why Entrepreneurship is Relevant to a Liberal Arts Education

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“Startup” is perhaps the hottest word of 2015. While entrepreneurship classes have become the most popular classes at many universities and business schools, this is not the case at liberal arts colleges. The attitude is typically “we are a liberal…

Mojia Shen

Mojia Shen

You can contact Mojia at mshen2@wellesley.edu

Harvard EdCast: One in a Billion

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Harvard EdCast: One in a Billion BY IMAN RASTEGARI ON OCTOBER 26, 2016 4:47 PM In launching her media startup, China Personified, international television journalist Mable Chan wanted to shine a light on the personal stories that make up her home country. “Storytelling…

Mable, New York

Mable Chan

Mable Chan is the founder of China Personified. Her contact is mablechan@chinapersonified.com.

Why This Time Of Year Makes Me Think Ahead and Back?

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This year, the New England winter did not seem to end until the Yale underclassmen moved out. The good weather, of course, was reserved only for the commencement and the reunion weekends. Besides warm temperatures, the three weeks that follow…

Yifu, Beijing

Yifu Dong

You can contact Yifu Dong at dongyifu@gmail.com.

My Talk at Draper Competition, on Taking Risks, Failure & Growth

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Can’t believe it has been a year. Last year, I was the first and only Wellesley student who participated in the Draper Competition. I barely knew what a business plan was and how to do an elevator pitch. A year…

Mojia Shen

Mojia Shen

You can contact Mojia at mshen2@wellesley.edu