Mentoring students who want to become global citizens or get involved in global scholarship and practice has always been one of my greatest passions.
During my doctoral study and career development, I have mentored more than twenty students to apply for graduate schools and look for jobs internationally. Many of them have been accepted by top US and UK law scholars and international organizations. I have also mentored students with self-empowerment, especially the students that have not yet figured out what they want to do with their time or how to overcome the difficulties in their life. It is my privilege to witness their changes and growth. In addition, I often mentor students to learn methods of legal research and writing skills, which I find is essential as a legal professional, as well as negotiation skills, which in my personal belief is the best solution to better global governance. I believe that the awareness of global professionals will make a real difference to the future of the humankind.
Although I have plenty of work of my own to do, I do my best to make myself available for them online and offline when they need me. Students contact me by using online chat apps. Sometimes we meet up when I travel to their cities. I also write up blogs and articles about personal growth as a citizen of the 21 century and professional development in law and international affairs.
Below is what one of the students from China has said in the acknowledgment of her master thesis about me and how my monitorship has empowered her. I am deeply grateful for her kind words.
If you feel that you need help to find out the core you or strength to continue what you have been trying to do, and you would like to talk to me, please feel free to reach out. I would be happy to hear your story.