Category Archives: Jonathan F

Thanks Beijing!

Week 8 is coming to an end. Looking back on the last 2 months, I have to smile. So much has transpired that in some ways, week one feels like another lifetime ago. Yet it blows my mind that the … Continue reading

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Right on Time

Imagine a foreigner sprinting through a crowd of 1000 Chinese people in the pouring rain. Interesting visual, right? Travelling away from home makes for some amazing stories. Sometimes these stories are the sources of great stress in the moment, but … Continue reading

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Ten Minutes Becomes an Hour

I begin this post with a special reflection of gratitude. Yesterday I gave an “interview” to one of my company’s Products Directors. Ben and I shared an enriching conversation in the conference room, discussing things both industry-related and personal. This … Continue reading

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Challenges and Opportunities

Week 4 of my internship has come and gone. Working for MullenLowe Profero has been an exciting learning experience; as with any learning experience, I’ve faced some challenges. Prior to this week, my focus was on front-end web development. This … Continue reading

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Learning to Build

It’s hard to believe that I landed in Beijing 4 weeks ago. Since I began working, time seems to race by faster each day. Last weekend I ventured to Shanghai for Dragon Boat Festival – a traditional Chinese holiday. Shanghai … Continue reading

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Biking in Beijing

Having completed my second week at MullenLowe, I feel I’m starting to flow well with the company. Working in Beijing is special. I have a daily working routine, yet I continue to experience new things every day. I eat at … Continue reading

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Staying Engaged

Last week was an exciting transition from our first week. After our initial sightseeing and exploration of Beijing’s major sites, I was nervous to begin the professional component of this program. I wondered if my internship would affect my enjoyment … Continue reading

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