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About Me

Location:
United States, New York, NY
Current organization:
TED
Past organizations:
Wisconsin Public Radio, Greenbrier & Russel
Current role:
Content Distribution Manager
Gender:
Prefer not to say
Areas of expertise:
Web Technologies, public media, Audience Research, Chinese Media
I am:
Global soul, Idea generator, Producer, Project manager, Web guru
Languages:
Chinese
My website links:
Lisa Bu, My Tweets
Universities:
University of Wisconsin-Madison, Ph.D., Nanjing University
TED conferences attended:
TEDGlobal 2013, TED2013, TEDGlobal 2012, TED2012
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I'm passionate about

Books, ideas, technology, media, storytelling, travel, Chinese folk opera

Talk to me about

convergence between media and technology, Wisconsin, China, NPR, Bill Moyers, Alan Watts, Dvorak

People don't know that I'm good at

Cooking spicy food.

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    A comment on Talk: Rupal Patel: Synthetic voices, as unique as fingerprints

    Mar 5 2014: I love her work! I first heard of her work on NPR then suggested her to TED as a speaker. So proud to see her now on TED.com.
  • +4

    A reply on Talk: Lisa Bu: How books can open your mind

    Sep 12 2013: Thanks so much, edulover learner!
  • +2

    A comment on Talk: Steven Addis: A father-daughter bond, one photo at a time

    Dec 19 2012: A family in China has the similar ritual for 30 years. Zhao Mengmeng shared her 30 pictures with her father taken on the Father's Day each year on Weibo. They went viral and were amazing.
    http://singaporeseen.stomp.com.sg/stomp/sgseen/this_urban_jungle/1360608/check_out_this_fatherdaughter_duos_pictures.html
  • A comment on Conversation: Mundane question on TED podcasts in iTunes (turning into a mess)

    Mar 16 2012: Stephane, if you like TEDTalks in general, you just need to subscribe to the main (i.e. chronological) podcast (SD or HD). If you like TEDTalks in just a few topic areas, you can subscribe to only the curated podcasts in those areas. That way you can reduce duplicate talks in your account.

    iTunes does allow sorting by release date. You can click on the triangle icon beside "Release Date" to sort. You may also want to change "Settings" to keep only unplayed episodes/talks to reduce clutter. The "Settings" button is at the bottom of the Library --> Podcasts screen.

    I hope this helps.

    Lisa Bu
    Content Distribution Manager
    TED

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