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“Hi, my first name is ‘Mung’, but it’s spelled as M E N G; and my last name is ‘Hu’, but it’s spelled as H E” ------This has been the typically the first line of my self introduction while studying and working in the U.S. Regardless, all the English names available on babysname.com, I have been managing persistently on using my original Chinese name 何萌. Not just because it is the 2nd most precious gift next to life my parents ever gave me, it is also because my belief in: The first step of understanding another culture should start with their language. Giving how much meaning a Chinese character can carry, I even convinced the owner of babysname.com to adopt Chinese names on their website for Americans (more on that one later).
I love engineering, and love even more about how engineering makes me know how much I do not know. Engineering is an intriguing, high-velocity ride enabled by our most treasured mental acts, and PSoC makes this ride more inviting and adventurous. I will tell stories about this PSoC ride here with who, what, when, where and why. Example topics include: what does flexibility and programmability mean in embedded system design? Is 4 is a bad number in Chinese？Why? How can Chinese Engineers change from building stuff others designed to designing stuff that others build (thank you for the ideas, Dave).
“If you can find your footing between two cultures, some times you can have the best of both worlds” ---- Randy Pausch. So, here we are, in this cozy corner “PSoC in China”, let us share what we know, what we do not know, with footings in both China and America :-)