32 Cumming, United States
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My self-summary
Lived in Beijing for the past 2.5 years before moving to ATL. Not sure how long I'll be here, but it will be at least a few months.

I've been a software developer, done some micro-finance, and in China I was a legal consultant. After these experiences, I've decided to settle down in a career in data science/legal tech.
What I’m doing with my life
Right now, helping my family and working on my data analysis skills. A blog is on its way.
I’m really good at
This is the bragging section, eh? I suppose this whole profile is meant to be an exercise in bragging but this is the only section where one is explicitly told to brag. Does this give me license to brag a great deal or, if I do, will that make me seem haughty? Does asking the previous question (or this question) make me seem haughty?

Logic, math,, etc…

Certain types of movie quotes.

Listening (I used to be horrible at this but I decided I needed to develop it as a skill).

Other random things.
The first things people usually notice about me
Probably that I’m tall…? I never asked. The first thing I notice about myself each morning is that I’m awake, but I doubt that’s very helpful.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
I’m just going to list genres/categories…

Books: sci-fi, science, philosophy.

Moves: anything with a good plot.

Shows: generally I like anime but I’m also into anything with anything sort of mysterious… I like to see what surprises the writer has in store.

Music: not too picky.

Food: anything, really. I make it a point to, when given the chance, try just about everything that someone, in some culture, considers food. If you are curious I can give a list of my weirdest but I won’t list it here since some people are squeamish about this sort of thing.
The six things I could never do without
I’d like to think there is very little I could never do without although I’m sure there is a degree of self-delusion in that. In any event, I’ll just list six things I really don’t want to do without:

1. friends
2. good books
3. discussions
4. good beer
5. diverse foods
6. teachers
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Work, my family, the law, time travel, stories, my future, finding “the one” (cheesy? Ah well), how to make the world a better place, what’s next, infinity...
On a typical Friday night I am
Nothing typical now. Just moved. I used to go out with friends and do stuff but for now, not sure.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I can quote fairly significant portions of Monty Python's Holy Grail. I recently re-watched this with my sister and my dad and about 20 minutes in my dad had to tell my sister and me to shut up.
You should message me if
You like having fun but are also serious at times.

You like the idea of hanging out at a bar, getting a few drinks and debating how to save the world.

You are willing to travel to other countries, meet some people, eat some random food, find our way back at night and do it again the next day.

Or if you feel the deep desire to do so… (read: if you think we would be a good match).