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Introduction from Camellia's podcast:
> My guest today is Bear Liu. Bear is a product designer and design mentor. He hosts an award-winning podcast show called BearTalk, focused on sharing his learnings and ideas in design and personal experiences in reading and parenting.
In this episode, we talked about:
How do Chinese people pick up their English names?
From working at a ‘tier 18’ city in China as a designer and building a business in web2 to migrant to New Zealand to raise a family —- Bear’s story as an immigrant.
How to navigate life while moving to a new country, finding a new job and welcoming a newborn at the same time?
Why is it essential to have a role model to learn and mimic, especially in difficult life moments?
What does it feel like to start a tech podcast in 2012 and win an award from Apple?
What motivates Chinese speakers to create content in English? What emotional journey did we go through?
How create content online can change people’s life?
Two tips on being a productive content creator that can keep publishing content consistently.
What tools do we use as bilingual content creators? How to find our audiences, and how to measure success?
How to start a content creator journey while still working full-time and having a family to look after？
What’s the NO.1 lesson to pass on to the next generation?
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