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KiKi Han
Works at First Book Manhattan
Attended Parsons School of Design
Lives in New York, NY
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54 people
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83 people
Patricia Tower de Sousa's profile photo
Jungmin Kim's profile photo
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Kun Kim's profile photo
Bryan Leung's profile photo
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Christie Jenuwine's profile photo
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Children's Book Author & Illustrator
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Graphic, Product & Web Design. Creative Director for Fashion, Home and Beauty.
Employment
  • First Book Manhattan
    Fund Chair, 2012 - present
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New York, NY
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Children's Book Author & Illustrator
Introduction
Cutie Coati & the Alphabelly Animals.   Fund Chair for First Book Manhattan.
Education
  • Parsons School of Design
    2006
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Female
Love this place!!! The Barista is soooooo super nice and the coffee is delish! :) A perfect place for the holidays.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
I wanted to exchange a couple of sweaters for my mom that we're a bit too small, so she could be warm and cozy for this freezing winter. They we're gifts so I didn't have the receipt. Both the sales women said they couldn't do anything without proof of purchase. So mean spirited, especially during the holidays. Not surprised it was completely empty on a Saturday night due to your negligent customer service!!!
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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Every time i'm in Atlanta, I make sure to stop by Blossom Tree for lunch. Sometime's i'll double up and go there for dinner as well. Not only is the food incredibly priced, but it's definitely got a unique approach to Korean food that gives everything on the menu a nice kick of flavor. Love their selection of free teas, and even drop buckets for multiple charities.
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago