Category Archives: Julia

Last but Not Least

I walked into my very last day of work proud, confident, and poised. The sun was actually shining that day, the way the sun shines in Florida. I could see the blue sky and clouds. I kept smiling but something … Continue reading

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Work Hard, Play Hard

It is hard to believe how quickly my time here in China has gone by and how there are only two weeks left. To my surprise, working has made the time go by even quicker.Being in a routine and constantly … Continue reading

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Doing What I Love

After working at 5 Star Plus for over a month, I am really starting to get into a groove of what it is like working at an interior design/ marketing company. Retail includes far more than clothes. People working in … Continue reading

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Working Overtime with the British Embassy

As I mentioned in my previous blog, the language barrier has been one of the most challenging aspects of my internship. It is not just that I do not speak Chinese, it is that I do not speak German, or … Continue reading

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9 People, 1 Team

I have been lucky enough to work on a widespread of projects and tasks for my company. Whether it be writing blogs, to reading over legal documents or analyzing a booklet created for Oncology research.I am always busy. I think … Continue reading

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The Ying and Yang of 5 Star Plus

With everything going so smoothly it was only a matter of time before China would stop being all sunshine and rainbows. Ironically the first rainy day we had in China since arriving was the day I was faced with adversity. … Continue reading

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Big Ambitions for the First Week of Work

The first day of work I arrived excited, determined, and eager to start working immediately. After walking through the massive Shangdu International Center story tower up to the sixth floor, I entered into my new office and home for the … Continue reading

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