Spring Break Eating in the LOU

HI! IT’S SUPER LATE BUT I’M STILL POSTING IT. It was supposed to be posted in late March but it somehow got lost in the pile. But HAHA! Here it is!

This spring break, my best friend came to visit me from Seattle. As a courtesy of the host, I took her to explore some of the food spots that were hidden in the great city of St. Louis.

(All photos were taken by me without filters)

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Six Weeks Later…

Here I am, enjoying the comfort of my couch at home in Zhuhai, China, a coastal city right next to Macao.  I travelled for about 20 hours from my cozy little apartment on Ibn Gabirol St in Tel Aviv to my home in China. With a welcoming attitude since the beginning, Israel has given me nothing but a unforgettable summer. As I reflect on my journey in emerging into the local culture and exploring the startup scene, here are some of the things I have learned:

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Sixth Day: Meeting Ed Mlavsky from Gemini and Yoram Yaacovi from Microsoft Israel

June 14: We had the honor to visit Microsoft R&D Headquarter in Herzliya, Israel yesterday and listen to Ed Mlavsky, basically the father of Israel’s venture capital industry, and Yoram Yaccovi, the General Manager of Microsoft Israel R&D Center. Continue reading “Sixth Day: Meeting Ed Mlavsky from Gemini and Yoram Yaacovi from Microsoft Israel”

Fourth day: About Being Whatever

 

June 11 was our first day of class in Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya (IDC).

Before class started, we were required to read the book StarUp Nation by Dan Señor and Saul Singer. In the book, it mentions that Israelis have a unique spirit of chutzpah. As Señor and Singer interpret it, it means “gall, brazen nerve, effrontery, incredible “guts,” presumption plus arrogance such as no other word and no other language can do justice to (p.30).” Continue reading “Fourth day: About Being Whatever”