Jae Ju LEE

Information and Knowledge Manager, Hanbat National University Industry-Academic Cooperation Foundation
Daejeon, South Korea

About Jae Ju


Once upon a time there lived a philosopher named chuang chou who dreamed vividly that he was a butterfly. He thought he was indeed a butterfly, and he totally forgot that he had been so-called chuang chou. Later when he woke up, he found himself turning into chuang chou again. His body, hands and legs, was none other than himself. Thus he wondered, " Which one is real me ? Am I the man, chuang chou, who dreamed of turning into a butterfly, or the butterfly becoming to a man in a dream ?"


Chinese, English, Korean

Areas of Expertise

Information Technology, Idea Creation & Brainstorming, Project Management, mindmapping, Infographics, Presentation - Content and Design, Data & software management, Manage Information System--DBA, computer education

An idea worth spreading

Your time is limited, so don't waste it living someone else's life. You are already naked. There is no reason not to follow your heart.

I'm passionate about

Radical hospitality, My precious HS.

My TED story

TED has showed me the world. I've faced the world through TED. I'll have a positive and open mind can change my life and our world. Why not change the world?!

Favorite talks

Comments & conversations

Jae Ju LEE
Posted about 4 years ago
How can Africa develop faster?
Human resource is a major driver of growth. So education must be top priority for all. Trainning and managemnet system for human resource create added value to make development.
Jae Ju LEE
Posted about 4 years ago
Share: What are your rules for making more happiness in your life?
I got some rules of happiness on TED recently. Smiling (http://www.ted.com/talks/ron_gutman_the_hidden_power_of_smiling.html) & Compassion (http://www.ted.com/talks/chade_meng_tan_everyday_compassion_at_google.html). And there is an appealing maxim from 'Chade-Meng Tan: Everyday compassion at Google'. Dalai Lama said "If you want others to be happy, practice compassion. If you want to be happy, practice compassion."