A Bit About Me
I grew up with my family next to the power plant, and over the past 20 years, I experienced a variety of lives, from poor small villages in China to Manhattan as a New Yorker.
After graduating from Cornell, I thought I had finally paid back my parents a good reputation for them to show off, but for many years I had not dared to do anything I wanted. At 25, I want to return to school and study economics and mathematics again. This time is not for a degree but for knowledge.
Meanwhile, I started a small company called Munbangdo. The name of the company means "treasure box" in Korean. This box is empty, with only many ideas, such as building a free platform to help Chinese students find jobs in the United States, designing a job search software using ChatAI and NPL, and popularizing medical knowledge in China based on Mayo Clinic's knowledge. I want to make Manbangdo a useful company for society in the next ten years.
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