I’m updating the About me section because I’m bored, and nothing interests me more than talking about myself.
Let’s start with the most basic social question: “What do you do?” Well, I have been asking myself the same question since I was a kid. My career path keeps jerking up and down randomly without any coherence just like a Justin Bieber’s video clip.
I’m a self-proclaimed BarCamp nomad. I co-organized the first BarCamp in Vietnam and has helped organizing several other BarCamps in Vietnam & Malaysia. When my budget allows, I travel to attend BarCamps in the region. Like most BarCamp nomads, I don’t understand most of the talks, but it’s always a great pleasure to meet old friends and make fun of those who understand. I have also hosted and helped host up to 20 technology events in Vietnam that include Hacker Happy Hour, Cloud Computing Conference, etc.
I also founded Free Hugs Vietnam – a youth volunteer organization. Our motto is “Konnect & Empower Youth”. All our members can speak English fluently. We are always open for partnership opportunities.
I’m currently a student at Stanford University. Yep, I know what you think, I must be smart and definitely a show-off. I hope to major in more than one of the followings: Artificial Intelligence, Creative Writing, Film & Media Studies. When nobody is looking, I entertain the idea of becoming a standup comedian.
In my free time (which I have a lot), I travel, do kickboxing and play chess. I try to write sometimes but reading my own writing just makes me appreciate other people’s writing more. Usually, I end up reading and criticizing instead.
For some reasons beyond any of my friends’ imagination, parents seem to want their kids to hang out with me. I’m living a healthy lifestyle: no drug, no alcohol, no boyfriend. Ha, I can’t believe you bought it.
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