After receiving her Masters from Columbia University, Laura spent over five years in China studying Chinese business and marketing and working as a professional translator. She has served as head translator for grant-funded research papers on marketing, literature, and environmental science, including multiple articles published in American journals. She has also done extensive translation, editing and and voiceover work for the informational and marketing materials of the Gansu Province Railway Bureau. In 2015, she served as interpreter for the U.S. Department of State Office of Global Education visit to Xi'an, China. Her specialties are in marketing, education and business translations. Her passion for translation and for China is evident in her work and in her blog on contemporary Chinese society found at sinofears.tumblr.com.
Laura loves the outdoors and enjoys hiking, jogging and riding her bike through the streets of Los Angeles. She is an avid fan of Asian films, and has also nurtured a healthy love of singing, both in Chinese and English. She will never turn down an opportunity to sing karaoke.
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