Emily Sheng

Project Manager

Emily Sheng
Meet Emily, the epitome of optimism at our workplace. Her ever-present smile, reminiscent of a radiant sunflower, exudes immense personal charisma. Emily’s confidence and friendliness not only uplift those around her but also bring a sense of courage and hope in the face of challenges. She is a firm believer in the power of energy and persistence, convinced that these qualities have the strength to overcome any obstacle.

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How many languages do you speak? Please write them in a list. Which is your mother tongue?

Chinese and English, and speak a little Japanese. Chinese is my mother tongue.

What is your favorite sport or hobby in your free time? Why is it so? Any interesting stories on it?

I usually like activities that can make me silent and free, just as calligraphy, drawing, and Chinese embroidery. I always feel relaxed when I do these things. For sports, I prefer badminton and yoga. My husband likes many kinds of sports, I met him in the stadium when I attended badminton class, and we always play badminton on weekends and in our free time after we married.

Top 3 things we don’t know about you? Might be something funny, quirky or strange 🙂

Hahaha, it sounds interesting

I am a social butterfly. I like to take part in different parties and events to meet new people and learn new things.

I have a thing about cleanliness and obsessive-compulsive disorder.

What was the most surprising thing you learned about Asia while working here?

I have been here about almost five years. The most surprising thing for me is that our team is very cohesive and friendly. For us Chinese people, the feeling is very important. We have corporate gifts at every important Chinese festival, and we always have group activities to relieve our work pressure. Аll our colleagues are energetic and kind. All of these make me feel lucky to be a member of this team.

Favorite book or a book that changed your mindset and why it did?

My favorite book is A Little Life, the author is Hanya Yanagihara from America. I have read it three times. This book was recommended by my college teacher.

This novel focuses on the lives of four different people, the book follows their relationships changing under the influence of success, wealth, addiction, and pride. Every time I read it, I have a different and deeper understanding of life.

Your most extreme experience so far in your life/biggest challenge in your life?

I am scared of heights. But two years ago I experienced bungee jumping. It is the greatest adventure of my life. I still feel scared now.

Your top 3 goals in professional life for the next 10 years

  1. I want to engage in translation-related work in different aspects
  2. I will improve my professional knowledge and work skills to get a promotion
  3. I plan to get a translation certificate and become a professional translator