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Jill

Jill

Home Institution: National Taiwan University

Internship Site: Councilor, Buchanan & Mitchell, P.C.

Program: Business and Global Trade

Taking a Break From D.C.'s Fast Pace

Tuesday, March 15, 2016

After two blogs in a row talking about my auditing work, some readers might think I am overwhelmed with work and office life. To clarify this, I decided to use the next few blog posts to share my colorful weekends with you! To begin with, let’s go outdoors, beyond the stress, crowds and fast pace of downtown D.C. I like these three places so much that I will come back to visit for sure.   Naval Academy

How to Act Smart in Fieldwork

Saturday, March 05, 2016

 

5 Ways to Stand Out as an Intern

Saturday, March 05, 2016

It is not always easy to stand out as an intern; in fact, it often takes some time to get on track and adapt yourself to the new environment. If you’ve watched the movie The Intern, you’ve seen than it sometimes takes an extra effort to be noticed and valued at your internship. Going above and beyond in the beginning stage of internship is very crucial because making a positive first impression can determine the projects you’ll be assigned to in the following months.

Chinese New Year Eve: Love, Pray, Eat

Wednesday, February 17, 2016

 

Back to work, out to explore

Wednesday, February 03, 2016

Since the snow has started to melt, everything is going back to normal, including exploring the city and weekday internship. Many delayed activities held by TWC were also rescheduled in this week, providing us with chances to make new friends and gather together.

First Snow

Sunday, January 31, 2016

Hello everyone, welcome to my blog and welcome to D.C.! My name is Jill and I am from Taiwan. Actually, my Chinese name is “Hsiao-Man” which is beautiful but hard to pronounce in English; therefore I use “Jill” instead. So, just call me Jill! I am one of the three Tawainese students in The Washington Center (TWC) and I am very honored to be elected as a blogger for this semester. I major in accounting but that doesn't explain who I am. In a nutshell, I am a travelholic, foodlover and I love to write and draw.



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