Chinese Translations for Farewell Post

Two good friends were kind enough to translate my farewell letter to Microsoft into Chinese.  Bing Han made a translation based on the work of Freedo Chen and a colleague of his (whose name won’t paste into WordPress correctly, unfortunately).  I won’t be able to assess the translations, since I don’t read Chinese, but I provide them here for those of you that might find it useful.

Thanks to Bing, Freedo, and Freedo’s colleague for translating the letter!

5 Responses to “Chinese Translations for Farewell Post”

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  2. Gang says:

    Very impressive and insightful article. Must say it’s the best career advice I’ve ever got. However, it’s a pity that the Chinese translation doesn’t fully deliver the wit of the original post. Anyway, kudos to the piece.

  3. Terrance says:

    Nice one post. Common downside is usually G. transform their spirit too often.

  4. Linchuan says:

    I read your letter in Chinese, it is really inspiring!!

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