Wayne Wu Was A Washed Up Restaurant Waiter Desperately Searching For A Way To Save His Family When He Discovered The Internet And Affiliate Marketing… 24 Months Later He Finally Cracked The Code And Started Earning Over $20,000.00 Per Month…

I wish I were as stated above. But I’m not.

I’m a freelance translator with a solid training from MIIS, and I’m also a poor, adjunct lecturer. For your information, I grew up in a small town called Miaoli in Taiwan, a beautiful island to the south-east of China. When I turned 18, I relocated to Taipei, the capital of  Taiwan, where I studied at one of the most prestigious high schools on the island. Since I got full financial support from my family, I didn’t have to work as a waiter, bartender, or any similar job in the food and beverage industry. Call me loser, if you will. I wish I had been a waiter. It should have been fun, and I would have learned a lot just as what those online marketing gurus claim on their sales pages.

Well, I’m just an ordinary guy, who bounded into the online business world a couple of years ago. Or, just as what Jim Rhon said, I “awakened” to the fantastic opportunities offered by the Internet. I’m now doing article marketing to promote the programs I’m affiliated with to earn money.

I enjoy playing the guitar, reading, babbling on Facebook, and playing table tennis. Kind of boring to some people. But I like who I am.

Built on the WordPress platform, this blog began in January 2009, serving as a platform for sharing what I’m interested in. I am updating it on a weekly basis. As you have probably noticed, I am going more for quality than quantity.

After working for more than a decade as a professional translator, I notice that the difficulty of translation lies not in text itself, but in the specialized knowledge and cultural connotations behind it. Therefore, this blog has a dedicated section on translation.

In 2002, I graduated with an MA in translation and interpretation from MIIS (Monterey Institute of International Studies – A Graduate School of Middlebury College), and I have since been working as a translator. It’s my goal to make a living by helping others with their English.

If somehow you’ve managed to go this far, please accept my sincere thanks for taking time off your busy life.

Feel free to check out my posts. I hope your time is well spent here.