Heart sees what is invisible to the eye
Being able to support people from all over the world and make the world a better place during daily work is a wonderful and meaningful thing. Building relationships with people from different cultures could be powerful enough to achieve significant goals.
I am from Kaohsiung, Taiwan. Since my mother owns her fashion boutique, I have a great interest in the fashion industry at an early age.
Now I'm into Sustainable Fashion which is care for the environment, fair trade, and human rights.
When I entered university, I moved to Taipei, the capital of Taiwan. While enrolling in university, I started a part-time job in a local fashion brand and had worked at the head office and 4 branch stores. After graduating from university, I became the store manager and had been working at this clothing company for 5 years. Not only the knowledge of how a fashion industry works, abilities of leadership and practical skills of sales, marketing, and business strategies, but I found it's interesting of building and promoting strong, long-lasting relationships with customers and coworkers by partnering with them and understanding them. I enjoyed working by enthusiastically providing assistance and great experiences to others, as it produces positive emotions and energies.
For the purpose of having different life experiences as well as learning a new language. I quit my previous job and came to Japan for attending a short-term language school. This experience exposed me to new people, new customs and new ways of thinking, which became a turning point for me - that I realized the phenomena of cultural differences and cultural bias from my personal experiences, meanwhile it's fascinating to encounter with other cultures. The concept of Borderless House attracted me and I joined Borderless House after spending a few months abroad in Tokyo and New York, which is the right timing for me as I'd like to see the world from different perspectives and spread the idea and concept of Borderless House/Borderless Group to more and more people.
For making our living environment better, we all have a part to play. Every effort counts and no actions are considered too small. All actions, taken collectively, can add up to real change. We all can make the world a better place.