I am a 26 year old Chinese girl who has been able to travel to 40 countries because as a student I realised how important learning English was. English was my passsport to the world. I have been fortunate to be employed by a number of well known international companies as a translator and interpreter and have met some fantastic people including an Australian author who convinced me that complaining about Chinese tour groups did not accomplish much and that I should write for a wider audience.
It has always been my dream to complete an MBA and I am presently doing this at Assumption University in Bangkok.
I love adventure and from a non-swimmer afraid of heights I have managed to learn to swim and scuba dive.
I have overcome my fear of heights and have completed a parachute jump, been paragliding, taken a flight in a Tiger Moth vintage plane, a glider , an acrobatic aircraft and flown a small helicopter. My dream is to take a flight in a fighter jet.
I don't know where my life will take me but I know I will never stop learning and that hopefully China will one day be a place I am proud of.
Where to find Yunmei Wang online
Pockee the Moon Bear and the Black Apple
by Yunmei Wang
Approx. 10 words.
Published on June 4, 2013.
The story is about a moonbear who discovers a hidden valley while he is walking in the mountains of China. In the valley he finds lots of fruit trees but the fruit is not the same colour as he is used to. He picks some fruit and shows it to his friends. They soon discover that eating the fruit gives them special powers.
Chinese Tour Groups: Pigs on the Loose
by Yunmei Wang
Approx. 10,110 words.
Published on May 27, 2013.
The book looks at the behaviour of Chinese tour groups when travelling both overseas and locally. It looks at the reasons behind the behaviours and what needs to be done to alleviate the "uncivilised" behaviours
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