As my hometown of Shanghai, China has blossomed these past thirty years into one of the
greatest financial centers of the world, I have educated myself and developed into an
excellent candidate for a Master’s program in Accounting. Although nowadays many students may think accounting is boring, in my opinion, Accounting is the fundamental of every business. While interning in Deloitte Merger and Acquisition group, I found accounting is not only about money and numerous numbers, it is also about communication and cooperation. My Mather works as an accountant for her entire career. Her skills and experiences led her become Chief Financial Officer for one of the largest hospitals in China. No one has been a greater influence in my life, my journey, nor impressed upon me more the critically important role of accounting for the advancement of society.
I have had the kinds of life experiences and developed the communication skills and leadership. I did internship in Shanghai, New York, Hong Kong before, and traveled several largest cities in Europe, such as London and Paris. As a qualified business person, it is very important for one to see and learn more about the world, as global business is becoming significant. My experience not only enriches my personal life, but also enabled me to effectively interact with people of many industries and different cultural backgrounds. This semester, I co-founded a stock trading workshop among Chinese students by holding regular peer discussions and occupationally professional speech by experienced peers, invited scholars or real-world traders with topics engaging global U.S. capital market and how capital market correlated with financial events, economies, political events. In order to make our workshop be a meaningful learning and interaction platform, before each event, I did tons of research work on current news, those issued firms and their financial report. My passion for my work, my energy, and my love for working with...