Weiyuan Feng is an international student, studying on a full-time basis. Due to the time devoted by full-time students in their studies, Weiyuan Feng has not applied for any jobs in UC Davis. Weiyuan hails from China, and he is a traditional Chinese guy. He is fondly called as Daniel. He earned an AA degree from the De Anza College back in 2013. And then he transferred to the University of California in Davis as a junior student, and he is planning to graduate this Fall.
Weiyuan is majoring in Economics in UC Davis. Economics is not only his personal interest, but it has a direct attachment to his family. He is continuously motivated by his father and grandfather who are both successful businessmen. During his summer vacation of 2010, Weiyuan went back to China, he worked as an intern accountant in his father's company. His job was to collect data every day and made a balance sheet.
After graduating from UC Davis, Weiyuan wants to be a stock broker that could involve sitting inside an office of the Wall Street as he monitors the stock trading business. He may also opt to go back to China and inherit his father's business.
In his leisure time, Weiyuan likes to play golf, tennis, and billiard. Golf has become his favourite sport recently, although he is just a beginner in the game but he is doing fine. He enjoys that feeling of playing golf. When he hits the ball further than the previous hit, he gets a perception of accomplishment. That is the kind of conquest that every man desires to try and pursue. He also likes to watch science fiction movies because he enjoys watching the high technology things and the feeling of freshness associated with the new technology. When he is looking for some entertainment, he usually enjoys watching films. His favorite movies include “Fast and Furious,” “Avengers,” and the “Transformers.”.
When I was writing my professional profile, I felt happy because I was given the chance to showcase who I am as a person. The content of my profile is personal, from my family’s story to my favorite things to do. It felt that I was sharing a part of me to someone. During the process of writing my aspirations, I felt excited because I hope one day I’ll be able to accomplish them and fulfill my own goals in life. Even if, I am not sure of what is going to happen in the future, I feel that I am prepared for anything given that I know that I will always have my family and people around me to support and guide.
It is always difficult to write about oneself because one can not fully showcase the holistic image because one does not even know one self fully personally. It is difficult in the sense that a person can only write limited things to describe himself as a professional since the personality of a person is also seen by other people; people can provide added description that will eventually describe the person better. My decision to write my profile as such has been rooted in a rationale that I wanted it to reflect my abilities in all its purity. I do not want to use complicated words because it is not me. As an international student language has always been my limitation, because English is not my mother tongue. I have developed throughout my stay, but I know my expressions are still limited by words. The information I wrote shows how I perceived myself and it contains information important and significant for me as a professional in the making.
I feel that given my limitation with words, I have only showed a glimpse of who I am as a person. However, I enjoy the freedom of writing about myself because it allowed me to reflect about myself. I can share to the people the reasons behind my motivations in life. I was also given the chance to show another side of me that not everyone can see on a daily basis. The profile I wrote may not be as comprehensive as I want it to be, but I feel that I gave my all in this work and proud of my resilience in writing it.