Tracy Wang CID Intern Profile

Tracy Wang is a graduate student in Intercultural Communication at Royal Roads University, Victoria. She graduated from Chongqing Foreign Trade and Business University in China, studying English education.

She fell in love with painting since a child and liked drawing pictures on the wall and white vase. She wants to use her imagination and hand to make a colorful life. Though she missed the chance to study art in University, she is mostly self-taught in software and never stop learning.

After graduating from the university in China, she went to Dubai for work. There she worked for a media company, successfully assisting in organizing Voice of China in Dubai and other big events. The job gave her opportunity to work on pictures. She helped the company designing posters and has gained much fun from advertising design. Since then she has decided to become a great graphic designer in the future. Now she is an art editor of RRU MAIIC Newsletter.

Her multicultural working environment in Dubai and special learning experience in Royal Roads University has enabled her to fully understand and respect the cultural difference. She believes that artworks is a common language that everyone knows, even when people are from different races.

NOTE: Tracy is one of several students completing small projects as interns for the CID this year. Her particular project is to work on the design of digital publications.

Author: Center for Intercultural Dialogue

Wendy Leeds-Hurwitz, the Director of the Center for Intercultural Dialogue, manages this website.

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