35Nashville, United States
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My self-summary
I believe LOVE should be independent of the ethnicity and cultural background of people. If two people that love each other are supposed to spend the rest of their life together, they have more than enough time to bridge the gap between their culture.

Someone said that the chance of finding TRUE LOVE is less than the chance of seeing a ghost. I have been spending 30 years of my life and try to prove this statement is WRONG.

I am an easy-going, passionate person with a PhD in computer science (and yes, I can fix your computers). However, this doesn't mean that I am a nerd. I also know how to enjoy life and make a girl laugh.

I am originally from China and will be glad to share things you never heard before:-) In return, I would like to learn more about American culture. I love cooking and I cook authentic and healthy Chinese food everyday.

The most important thing is not about race, not about money, not about's about where my heart takes me to.
What I’m doing with my life
My dream since a kid is to make human-like robots. I have got my Master's and PhD degrees in Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence. I am currently working towards it in a Robotics Company ...
At the same time, I am looking for *the* girl to spend the rest of my life ...
I’m really good at
being patient, hands-on (making or fixing stuff), cooking Chinese food, most kinds of sports, drawing, singing (bass voice)
The first things people usually notice about me
this really depends
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
The Flash
The Walking Dead
The Big Bang Theory
True Blood
Breaking Bad
manga and anime (Dragon ball, One piece, and lots of Rumiko Takahashi's)
Pop, R&B... Mr.Roboto
Chinese/Asian food
Six things I could never do without
I spend a lot of time thinking about
how to use software to control hardware. I wrote my answer here only for future reference, you don't have to read this:) When we type code, the key strokes are converted to high/low voltage signals. When we take a picture with a camera, the photons are converted to high/low voltage signals by the image sensor. This is how we obtain high/low voltages for future processing (such as writing to the register).
On a typical Friday night I am
usually watching a movie or programming my robot to do new tasks
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
please pm me if you are curious
You should message me if
you would like to know a nice person, and don't care about ethnicity.
The two of us