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  • Fluent in Chinese, English
  • 28, Female
  • Member since 2013
  • Freelance Writer
  • University of Pittsburgh
  • From Qingdao, China
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About Me


Be a world citizen!


I am a recent graduate studied economics and history in the U.S. Enjoy living in a journalistic type of life to full-fill my curiosity of the world. Meeting people from diverse cultural background was such a blast.


It would be easier to share through face-to-face conversation.

Why I’m on Couchsurfing


Love to be inspired and inspire others at the same time. So CS, here I am.


This is a fresh start and ready to be filled with the adventures ahead.


By collecting amazing food recipes and trying them out, I am gradually turning into a self professed foodie.
Going outdoors and meeting locals along the way.
Figuring out the most efficient way to live and work by experimenting what works.
Reading and writing.
Appreciating and making art.
Practice karate occasionally.

  • arts
  • writing
  • dining
  • recipes
  • instructor
  • reading
  • socializing
  • outdoor activities
  • skydiving
  • economics
  • history

Music, Movies, and Books

I read a wide array of books ranging from classic literature, history, philosophy, and business related.

I like Jazz, folk singers (Bob Dylan is my favorite), the Beatles last forever, chewing the lyrics from Elvis Presley.

One Amazing Thing I’ve Done

The California Zephyr train had broken down and it got delayed in Colorado for 6 hours, which meant I wouldn't reach the Green River station until after midnight. After hearing about there would be almost no place open in green river by then from couple of people, I made a decision to got off the train at the Grand Junction station.
Although the train station was about to shut down and there was none public transportation around, luckily I got to share a taxi with the train captain to their.
The next day I got to explore the little town nearby, and I got connected to an outdoor exploring group. One of the members took me to see the arches national park, which was amazing. After I showed interest in skydiving, she dropped me at the Moab Airport to meet a skydive instructor.
When I jumping out of the airplane and see the gorgeous nature in Utah, I thought the adventures was definitely worth awhile.

Teach, Learn, Share

I could share 100 reasons to love Pittsburgh, successful start-up stories.

Countries I’ve Visited

Australia, Japan, New Zealand, Singapore

Countries I’ve Lived In


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