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Jordan Lui
Works at Deloitte
Attended University of Waterloo
Lives in Toronto
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+Melody Chan  and I traveled to Kaohsiung and here is what we saw! Hope this inspires you to #TravelTaiwan   #Asia   #Travel   #Taiwan   #Culture   #Kaohsiung   #Tainan   #Christmas  
Day 2 had us waking up to a beautiful sunny day in Tainan. Our mission for the day: a day trip to Kaohsiung! After so many hours in flights and then trains, I figured we would be a little jet lagged, but we woke up fairly ref...
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Dim Sum Weekly #1
Dim sum is one of my favourite meals to enjoy because it is such a unique, exciting, social meal. It is a very popular form of dining in Hong Kong and China. It is also done to absolute perfection in Toronto, Canada, largely in part to the massive Cantonese...
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Family is important to me and I hope it is to you, too.

Here is a story about my Chinese Great-Grandfather and how he came to live in Canada. It's an incredible story as told by my aunt!
The following beautiful piece was written by my Auntie about the story and trials that my great grand father went through to gain entry into Canada and build a better life for his family. Here is a photo of him at the restaur...
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Here is the first +Arduino project that I recently completed. It is a Christmas tree that reacts to people moving nearby, and triggers changing lighting sequences! Looking forward to learning much more in the future!

Thanks +element14 for a great Roadtest!

#LED   #Christmas   #Arduino  
This post is one my last on the Internet of Holiday Lights RoadTest. It has been quite the journey for me! When I started I barely knew what Arduino was and now I hope I have someone improved on that understanding. First off,...
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Sony forcing a takedown of a parody from YouTube has serious free speech implications. What are your thoughts? As Shane points out, this is ironically during the time when Sony should be focusing on the hype about The Interview
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How to Ace the Interview Step 1 - Behavioral Questions
I think one of the most important steps in acing the interview is being prepared. One of the most important steps in being prepared is refreshing your memory of all your awesome professional experiences! This ensures that you can easily and quickly answer b...
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I love to cook! - Cheese Hamburger Casserole!
Cooking is something I love to do. It is such a stress reliever after a long day. And I like to take pictures of my cooking end products :) While I really like cooking, I'm also cognizant of the amount of time I have. Therefore my cooking time is usually de...
Cooking is something I love to do. It is such a stress reliever after a long day. And I like to take pictures of my cooking end products :) While I really like cooking, I'm also cognizant of the amount of time I have. Therefo...
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Raspberry Pi 2 is released! I'm very excited to try one of these out soon! +Raspberry Pi  #new   #improved  +element14 
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Check out this video I made about my Christmas Tree for the Holiday IOT RoadTest for Element14!
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Nice video! I'm hoping to use a PIR sensor to cycle light sequences on an LED strip. I'm pretty new to all this though!
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Thanks man! And right on, let me know if you need help. I'll send you my code. Adafruit has awesome tutorials.
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Going to try and frequently do this stretch for flexibility! Feels great already! #exercise   #health   #stretch  
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  • Deloitte
    Business Technology Analyst, 2013 - present
    Business Technology Analyst in Deloitte's Technology Consulting practice. Primary responsibilities include: ▪ Participating in workshops with client SMEs to gather functional requirements and translate these into technical requirements ▪ QA of converted objects (reports and applications) in the JD Edwards system ▪ Project coordination ▪ Assisting with new RFPs to secure new contracts Secondary work currently focuses on internal initiatives to improve campus recruiting, and giving back to the community (Deloitte Impact Day). Currently pursuing a certification in the Oracle JD Edwards Distribution module.
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Passionate about Information, Healthcare, and all things Engineering!
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I like to geek out with computers, photography music, Arduino, and anything that you can apply numbers to!
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  • University of Waterloo
    Chemical Engineering, 2008 - 2013
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雷振耀
My family drives from Etobicoke every Saturday to go to this place. Great deal, especially if you go early, because they have cheaper prices before 11am. The Chai Siu Bow is so good at this place that we just take extras from dim sum instead of buying some at the pastry places. I've been to the Michelin star dimsum place in HK (添好運) and I didn't find anything much better than right here in Very Fair :)
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Best value for $6 that I have ever spent in this city! I was actually at their new location on yonge street and the service was fast, clear, efficient and friendly. Great spiciness!
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
We stumbled into this place by accident cause one of our nearby favourites was closed and we were not disappointed. Food was in good size portions. A very filling dinner for 7 adults costed about $100. We will likely return!
Food: Very GoodDecor: GoodService: Very Good
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Place was nice and food was great quality. The tables of 2 for couples were a bit too close together and were also too close to the washroom and entrance, meaning that the atmosphere was somewhat lacking from people running back and forth. My main concern is that I discovered that they are charging 15% tax on the bill, which at this date should be 13%. Another thing is that they charge an automatic gratuity if you use a Dealfind-type coupon, FYI. Aside from little technicalities like that, the food itself was definitely great!
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Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
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The food is good here but I feel that I could slightly better prices for my money if I was closer to downtown. Having been to Thailand and having a few friends cook Thai food, I don't particularly enjoy the Pad Thai here, because I can taste the ketchup in the dish. Overall I do think the quality of the food is good but I am used to heaping dishes of hot, greasy Cantonese food. So in terms of portion size I have to give this place an F. Quite stingy on the portions of seafood in particular. Their curry dishes do have a great creamy flavour and I felt that it was worth the money. Their signature dish which comes with cashew and a choice of orange or mango is a bit of an oddity and I'm undecided on whether I like it or not. They use too much dried fish/shrimp in it for sure. Summary: I'd come here on the company payroll but I don't really want to shell out here again.
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Food: GoodDecor: Very GoodService: Good
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Excellent place with friendly staff and a warm atmosphere. Food was fast and fresh and the bathrooms were amazingly clean for an Asian restaurant :0
Food: Very GoodDecor: Very GoodService: Very Good
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
was some barber shop phone #
Public - 4 years ago
reviewed 4 years ago