The Politics of Work

Last weekend marked the completion of one of the projects I’ve been working on these past couple of months. It was the opening of Sun Yat Sen Nanyang Memorial Hall (SYSNMH), and I helped with the media content of this revamped heritage site.

I love history, I love interesting characters and I love dramatic stories. This job scope had all these things, and gave me new insights on how to approach writing for different media platforms (my best friend’s name is Succinct).

I think the idea of idealistic politics is never talked about enough. Where there are humans, there will always be politics and backstabbing, but this can still be turned into positive change and progress if one presses on.

Dr. Sun, as you would find out when you visit SYSNMH, wasn’t perfect (a total womanizer), but he knew what was right for his country, and he passionately made a case for his ideals to Chinese people all over the world.

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