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The James Lam Story

05-11-2011 14:04 BJT

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I always wanted to explore the world so I jumped at the chance to join the Travelogue family when the opportunity arose. I am extraordinarily lucky to work with some of the finest producers and directors in China. I look forward to sharing my travels in China and beyond with you. So come with me, it’s great to have you on board!

Quick backgrounder: I am of Chinese ancestry and spent most of my early years in beautiful Australia. I got hooked on the energy and excitement of Beijing after a spending a year studying Mandarin at Tsinghua University. After graduation, I moved to Beijing to indulge in more of my favorite pastimes - yangrou chuanr, spicy Sichuan hotpot and bad KTV. Before joining Travelogue, I was a lawyer at an international law firm.

Editor:Zheng Limin |Source: CNTV.CN

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