I was deeply moved by Soo May Cheng and her husband Mr King Yiu Lee coming from Macau and arriving Shanghai 3am that morning to serve as a SAGE judge. We have been in contact since 2008, the second year I was the County Coordinator. So dedicated and humble, she gave a lot of wise advice and encouragement to the SAGE students. While Mr Lee is good at pointing out the key problem.
SAGE has changed my life, and is still changing my life. I began to step out and learn. Stay stupid and hungry. Knowing there is no perfect thing on earth, I learned we still need to improve ourselves as well as contribute for our team.
SAGE is changing the life of many of you for sure. I can see that. When watching the presentation by the teams, I was astonished to see now we get are now discussing some real business problems,how to do the marketing, shall we apply for patent(chair). I have been working to be a model/example for SAGE students. Now I need to work harder, otherwise, I don't know if I get something to share and teach.
Thank Angela and her team, for such an excellent job at organising the whole SAGE China competition.
Standing in the Pudong Public Library, I felt my dream coming true. Angela, thanks so much for staying for SAGE and backing up me in my senior year. You must be very busy preparing for the future study in Duke. Your dedication and commitment to the cause is admirable.
For all SAGE China 2011 students,
Hope you all achieve your group and personal goals!