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Who Is Dolores Chue?

Shanghai 4th of November 2013
This is
Dolores
Chue
Born on the 10th
of September,
1985 in San Diego
Dolores’ Youth
• Grew up in San Diego’s
Gaslamp Quarter
• Father ran grocery store
• Dolores grew up lending a hand
and lo...
College
2002-2006: San Diego Community
College, Diploma in Travel & Tourism.
Worked in downtown Chinese restaurant,
owned ...
During College
In 2004 & 2006:
Traineeship with San Diego
Convention and Visitors
Bureau.
Dolores’ First Job
• 2007-2013: Works at Convention and
Visitors Bureau as Manager Regional
Projects.
• Main tasks: Co-ord...
Parents:

Isabel Cruz (San Diego, 1950)

Chen Chue (Zhenjian, China, 1939)
immigrated to US 1958
Grandparents (father’s side):
Liu Chue (1912)
and
Zhang Min (1915)
Both lived all their
lives in Zhejiang,
China
Grandparents (mother’s side):
Dolores Chávez
(1925) and
Esteván Cruz (1922)
Immigrated from
Venezuela in 1946 to
San Diego
Uncle Jim (mother’s Isabel’s
brother):
Uncle (Jungle) Jim’s business
What’s your advice for Dolores?
-one month
-a budget of $ 10.000,- (or a bit
more if the plan is really sharp)
-helping he...
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    Debrief any changes they made and link up to US culture.
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    1. 1. Who Is Dolores Chue? Shanghai 4th of November 2013
    2. 2. This is Dolores Chue
    3. 3. Born on the 10th of September, 1985 in San Diego
    4. 4. Dolores’ Youth • Grew up in San Diego’s Gaslamp Quarter • Father ran grocery store • Dolores grew up lending a hand and looking after her 2 younger sisters
    5. 5. College 2002-2006: San Diego Community College, Diploma in Travel & Tourism. Worked in downtown Chinese restaurant, owned by 2nd uncle of her father, to pay for her tuition.
    6. 6. During College In 2004 & 2006: Traineeship with San Diego Convention and Visitors Bureau.
    7. 7. Dolores’ First Job • 2007-2013: Works at Convention and Visitors Bureau as Manager Regional Projects. • Main tasks: Co-ordination, Communication, Event Organization. • Dolores is Fluent in English and Spanish and speaks and reads Chinese.
    8. 8. Parents: Isabel Cruz (San Diego, 1950) Chen Chue (Zhenjian, China, 1939) immigrated to US 1958
    9. 9. Grandparents (father’s side): Liu Chue (1912) and Zhang Min (1915) Both lived all their lives in Zhejiang, China
    10. 10. Grandparents (mother’s side): Dolores Chávez (1925) and Esteván Cruz (1922) Immigrated from Venezuela in 1946 to San Diego
    11. 11. Uncle Jim (mother’s Isabel’s brother):
    12. 12. Uncle (Jungle) Jim’s business
    13. 13. What’s your advice for Dolores? -one month -a budget of $ 10.000,- (or a bit more if the plan is really sharp) -helping her to learn how to walk in other people’s shoes!
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