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Tianran He’s profile

11-11-2010 08:53 BJT

Born in China, I managed to enjoy a couple of sweltering summers in Beijing before being whisked off to London at the age of six-and-a-half, where I spent a comparatively large part of my life studying things I’d only end up forgetting anyway.

After graduating from university with a degree in Computer Science, I realised I was allergic to computer programming and charged headlong into a job working in London’s Square Mile. For over a year I braved rush hour traffic and crammed myself into packed train carriages before moving yet again to Frankfurt.

Although I very much enjoyed sampling excellent German beers and roast meats for close to two years, I decided it was time to uproot myself again when I found an opening at Travelogue. This was the perfect chance to actually make use of my passion for travelling and, after all, what’s a little career change compared to the chance to travel to and present some of the most spectacular places in the world!

After a short layover back in London, I have now returned to Beijing to perfect my mosquito-swatting skills and, of course, start a brilliant and exciting new adventure with Travelogue!

Editor:Yang Jie |Source: CNTV.CN

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