About Angelia

Bio

Hello world. I am Angelia King@Angelia2041. I am a doer. I am a dreamer. I am possible. I am passion for the tech& the creative culture. I believe in the social media revolution and technology to change our generation right there and right now. A change is gonna come. To be more, do more and share with me. WeChat:@Anga2041

Languages

Chinese, English, German

Areas of Expertise

Social Media, Web 2.0, Learning & Teaching, network collaboration, Social entrepreneurialship, Live Love Laugh, Learning By Doing, Zen Arts of life, IT Solutions, Lean Start Up

An idea worth spreading

Now it's the time to celebrate the circles of life. How can we use the high-tech to power ourselves. Just be simple, but be more to help ourselves and help others. It reminds me of one TEDtalk from Pranav Mistry: The thrilling potential of SixthSense technology. This could be ubiquitous. We should value the local community and let the new tech empower the local actions with global thinking. Go explore and find a way.

I'm passionate about

Creative Culture, Tech, Lohas, Music, Megatrends, Sport, Zeitgeist, Future, WeChat @Anga2041

Universities

Ted.com, TEDtoChina, MOOC

Talk to me about

Angelia2041, Tech, TMT, Zeitgeist, Eco Geek, Web2.0, Ideas and actions. Culture. Future.

People don't know I'm good at

I am a tough person&never say never. I am social and optimistic. I am good at remixing the ideas, the things, brainstorming&teamwork within different communities, like GDG, Wikipedia and so on.

My TED story

To share the ideas worth spreading. We can do something special. I also believe in the power of ideas to change attitudes, our life and the world. One good idea can feed the whole world. That's why I would like to be a part of TED and do more, be more. "David Pogue: Simplicity sells" was my first watched TED talk. It's amazing that a tech journalist could be so funny and It's fabulous to remix the tech with strong rhythms and improvisation. Since then I have felt the passion from many TED/TEDx talks and amazing speakers. I am so proud of my self-identity as a TEDizen. Here I meet many talented people to self-organize TEDx events, including TEDxtheBund, TEDxFDU, TEDxFSS and so on. Indeed, we take the actions to share the hjgh spirits and ideas from TED to China. It's such the brilliant things. In fact, we have many things to improve. I wish I were a curator of TEDx event and do something special and extraordinary. So much to do in 2014. Go go and focus on. Time for Change to be unique

Favorite talks

Comments & conversations

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Angelia King
Posted 8 months ago
Diana Nyad: Never, ever give up
Thanks for your passion. High spirits. None are so old and are not chasing their own dreams as those who have outlived enthusiasm and confidence. Go go & focus on something. Go explore and find a way.
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Angelia King
Posted about 1 year ago
Maria Bezaitis: The surprising need for strangeness
The last week, I met a perfect stranger. He was the first one that I recognized his as my perfect stranger. That's make me wonder why. I guess most of south american people are so extrovert and the passionate and open-minded one, like you and I. It's easy to make the friends, break the silence, to break the culture shock from the familiar things and the common sense. Bingo. Thank you for your kindness. Keep exploring and hacking our networks. #TED #Gplus
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Angelia King
Posted almost 2 years ago
Daphne Koller: What we're learning from online education
Fantastic talk. Thank you. Recently I have just edited the wikipedia pages of Udacity in bilingual and I have enrolled in some online classes in CS. I am inspired a lot by Daphne's talk. Thanks for your passion too. I am sure that it's more fun to learn STEM with online communities and local one too. Besides, I am gald to join #meetudacity to learn something new from other local udacians. It's really awesome lifelong learning. Aha.
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Angelia King
Posted over 2 years ago
Abigail Washburn: Building US-China relations ... by banjo
It's my first time to know @Abigail Washburn. Thanks for your sharing in Youtube, too. As a Chinese, I like her music, especially bilingual one. Like most young people as a young generation, we learn the foreign languages, then we can enjoy more in digital times. What the surprise is , in our local Music festivals, for example Midi, there are many foreign bands in this stage to share the same passion too, even they could sing the Chinese songs, vice versa. Many Chinese bands, especially from Beijing, showed in SXSW and some concerts/gigs in NY and L.A. Most of them sing and create the songs in English. It reminds me of one song from Neil Young. Keep us searching for a heart of gold. I think these Culture exchanges could be more. We keep going and go get it.
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Angelia King
Posted over 2 years ago
Abigail Washburn: Building US-China relations ... by banjo
Your song is really touched me a lot. Just as you were singing." Outside your door the world is waiting. Inside your heart a voice is calling. The four corners of the world are watching, so travel daughter, travel. Go get it, girl. " As an introvert Chinese girl, go get it and see more, explore more and there is a chance let my passions make something else. Thank you so much for your love in China too. You are really make a difference through your songs with the real feelings and so on. It also reminds me of the Standup Comedies from Joe Wong. There are the melting pots of the soft Cultures. Go Get it.
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Angelia King
Posted over 2 years ago
Amit Sood: Building a museum of museums on the web
@AmitSood Do you know or have the project for the museum of Computer History Museum or else that is related to tech, computer? Today I explore more about the Computer History Museum from flickr,youtube and wikipedia and their official website too. I am curious there is online Museum too? Maybe it can give me a sense of "augmented-reality" Museum. Please kindly check out this TEDtalk: Blaise Aguera y Arcas demos augmented-reality maps http://www.ted.com/talks/lang/en/blaise_aguera.html
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Angelia King
Posted almost 3 years ago
Matt Cutts: Try something new for 30 days
Oh Yeah. I had tried my crazy 3 things until now. Thank You @mattcutts You set the good example for me. 1SoLoMo to build my website 2To build a hangout rock band but I lack of support that I feel lonely and I am behind blue eyes. But never say die. 3I am an ADD. Now I find I try triathlon that is so good for me to keep my own power and my feelings.
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Angelia King
Posted over 3 years ago
Carl Honoré: In praise of slowness
It reminds me of Lohas lifestyle and free veganism. I have read the stories of Slow City. All of them sound very interesting. But if I did this slow way of life in my local city, I will be a little weird. Sometimes I will adjust myself into the normal life. It's hard to do and persisit in this kind of slow life. Do you try more in your daily life? I try this way out in two year. I really feel inspired. Have fun. Hallelujah -- what a wonderful life!