The Boss and the Intern

The Boss and the Intern

So, what I would call my Hell Week is finally over. WUHAO threw it’s 3rd year anniversary party which also signified the culmination of Spring and our event spree. Leading up to the event we changed two of the display rooms completely and set up two new installations as well as sending off over 2,000 invitations. Though I did not always enjoy staying at work until midnight, it was definitely a bonding experience (or whatever grownups in professional settings call bonding experiences).

I don’t have many pictures but I included the links below with pictures and information on the new designs we were showcasing.

http://www.dezeen.com/2013/06/11/shanshui-city-exhibition-by-ma-yansong/

http://v.youku.com/v_show/id_XNTcwNzE4ODAw.html

http://encn.blouinartinfo.com/news/story/914575/natural-wonder-elaine-ngs-climatology-smart-textiles-for-wuhao

I took a  picture of my lunch one day because it was some sort of seafood soup with these really cute striped seafood balls. We pretty much always order food for lunch at WUHAO from surrounding restaurants. There is a Taiwanese restaurant , a Japanese restaurant  and a Sichuan restaurant that we often order from. My Chinese speaking co-workers lovingly make sure I don’t get anything excessively spicy and to eat we sit or stand together in the small kitchen and share our side or main dishes.

 - Percia Verlin

 Re-reading Things Fall Apart

Re-reading Things Fall Apart

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