Update: Zoom meeting video
Since 1992 after graduation from Harbin Institute of Technology with a Bachelor’s degree in Architecture, Shaoxuan Zhou (Joe) has played various roles in the industry: an owner of an indie architecture studio, a project manager at CallisonRTKL Shanghai, and an urban designer for a couple of architecture firms in China. In between of those roles he spent five years travelling and living in New Zealand. and England. Currently Joe lives in Toronto with his wife and their 10-year-old boy, and works remotely for a firm in Shanghai as their urban design director. He enjoys every minute at work, very happy that he can make a good living by doing something he has been passionate about for almost 30 years, i.e., to be a frontline designer, and incorporate art, history, economy, and technology to make living spaces beautiful, comfortable and sustainable, with distinct community identities. In his spare time, Joe loves outdoor activities, going to gym, and gardening.
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This is a much anticipated club meeting delayed from January due to winter illness and then the pandemic. We are so happy that Ramya will make time for us and share her interesting experience as well as facilitate a very engaging event on Zoom now. Everybody is welcome to join us. It’s gonna be a fun evening!
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GRAEME LYNCH’s dream job has been being a director since he was a teenager. The passion led him through family pressure, initial confusions, and self-questioning in his early years. He came to realize his dream at the age of 26. Ever since then, Graeme has helmed over 200 episodes of television, covering both the scripted and the unscripted – drama, comedy, science fiction, documentary, and reality work. Over his career, Graeme has received nine best-director nominations from the Canadian Academy and won the Canadian Screen Award twice.
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Zicheng Qian, 24, is currently a Postdoctoral Fellow at University of
Toronto, Department of Mathematics. He finished his Doctorate degree in
Mathematics at Université Paris-sud, France in 2019, specializing in Number.
Before that he graduated from School of the Gifted Young, University of
Science and Technology of China. When he conducts his research,
you’ll see him sitting in front of a computer or strolling around in the room,
thinking. The most beautiful thing about mathematics is that only truth
works in its world, according to Zicheng. No matter who you are or how
prestigious you are in this field, every mathematician is equal in front of
the provable truth; no vanity or fame can save you if you make a mistake.
So you get to be honest.
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New！ please click below links to watch Lecture One and Two video clips:
About the Lecturer
Yingfeng Zhang is an advocate for generalist education in science and technology for teenagers, college students and technology enthusiasts. He founded QHOW Technology in Toronto in 2019, an educational hub that equips participants with knowledge of technology, business, and hands-on experience in product design and development. Yingfeng holds a Master’s degree in Software Engineering from Shandong University, China. Before he moved to Canada three years ago, he had worked as a science and technology educator and consultant for over a decade, training software developer employees on cutting-edge technologies and scientific ideas, and guiding university students to develop software products, and helping them write and publish technology books. He is an Honourable Contributor (2015) on Zhihu, the Chinese equivalent of Quora. He has written more than 100 answers in the fields of education, mathematics, science, and history. He has around 170K followers on Zhihu, and his articles were saved by readers for more than 400K times. Currently, Yingfeng is writing a book on the history of Calculus which origin and evolution dates back to ancient Egypt and ancient Greece.
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Our first event in the year 2020 is coming! Please bring a dish to
share with everybody, enjoy food and conversations, and get
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Brenda Tang immigrated to Toronto in the year 2009 from China. She graduated from Seneca College with a financial planning diploma, and is working at CIBC at present. Growing up in a family who runs a garment business, Brenda has shown a passion and taste for fashion since young age. Once a fashion consultant in Toronto, Brenda loves to help people select the best choice of clothing for different occasions, making recommendations on outfits, individual pieces, styles, colour palettes and fabrics. She writes articles and did interviews for a local Chinese radio station to promote knowledge of trends and fashion principles in the Chinese community. Continue reading “EAWLC Lecture on Fashion”
Jerome Chan is a public educator of 11 years in the York Region District School Board (YRDSB). His current roles include: science and chemistry teacher, coach, and teacher-supervisor of school club CAP whose mission is to increase awareness and raise funds for children of developing countries. . He believes that it is equally important for students to learn both inside and outside the classroom. In his spare time, Jerome is a volunteer tennis and volleyball coach for different groups. As a active member in the communities, he values personal relationships and building capacity within these communities.
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Born in Sichuan, China, Mr. Qinghong Huang is a scientist, a scholar, and a poet. He did his Ph.D research in flooding simulation at Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Before that he worked for Sichuan University as a professor, and for Chinese Academy of Sciences as a scientist in hydrology and water resources. Qinghong now lives in Toronto with his family, and has become the editor of several poetry magazines.
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