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Resume Kang Liu


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Resume Kang Liu

  1. 1. Kang Liu 丨 4113 TAMU, College Station, TX 77843 丨 (517) 388-2480 Education Texas A&M University, Mays Business School May 2016 Master of Science in Finance GPA:4.00/4.00 Michigan State University, Broad College of Business May 2015 Bachelor of Arts in Accounting GPA: 3.75/4.00, Graduate with Honor Dean's Honoree for Academic Achievement 7 Semesters Work Experience Ernst & Young, Beijing China May 2013 – June 2013 Assurance and Advisory Business Service Internship  As an EY auditing team member audited pre-publish/published companies including Mengniu Dairy, AutoRadio and etc.; independently edited auditing drafts and reports using Words, Excel and EY’s internal software; negotiated auditing process with clients during phones and travel meetings by using excellent communication skills; met the third-party (Commercial Banks), audited bank confirmations and other related documents during auditing procedure following Chinese GAAP  Represented team to talk with oversea clients in English by outstanding language ability; performed bilingual skills to translated auditing documents, financial reports and EY’s walking through internal software between Chinese and English; enhanced group’s efficiency by secretary support for Senior Accountants and Managers utilizing internal hardware and software programs UIBE SIE International Summer Session, Beijing China July 2013 – August 2013 Financial/Managerial Accounting Courses Teaching Assistant  Worked for Professor Doug Beets, Accounting Professor in Wake Forest University, in University of International Business and Economics during summer session; prepared curriculum material to improve classes efficiency; mastered accounting knowledge in order to effectively respond to academic inquiries, and provided explanation to students by teaching and communication skills; held review sections to help students study and prepare for exams; critiqued quizzes and homework, and maintained students’ performance records; as an important connection, communicate among school administration, professor and students  As professor’s most related and reliable person in China, supported him in overcoming transitional cultural barriers; provided language translation and assistance in living and teaching in China; built personal relationship with Professor Doug Beets Beijing Xiangping Psychology Education Institute, Beijing China May 2014 – August 2014 Internship  Consulted service information about the institute to customers in person or on the phone; recorded and organized clients’ information with Excel and Database; directed unskillful employees using advanced software; conducted and supervised students entry tests; score and evaluate results through internal software; designed and advertised promotion material through social media such as Twitter; advised managers for potential foreign business and conducted business research in English Research, Activities, Honors, Skills and Hobbies Research: McDonalds Business Analysis, A&F Financial Report Analysis, G1P Financial Report Analysis MSU Student Job Hunting Show Final Candidate, Accept by Ernst & Young and MSUFCU Oct.2013 MSU CUSA Basketball Team Founder, Associated Captain, Starter Sep.2013 – Apr.2014 Award of MSU Upward Bound Program College Buddy Day Apr.2011 Chief Referee in CUSA Basketball game Mar.2011 Paper Happiness Index among students published in Wealth Today Oct.2010 Professional Proficient in English. Native in Chinese. Skills and Hobbies Bloomberg Terminal (Certificate), R Program, MS Office (Master in Excel), Game Theory and Strategy, Study Culture Difference between China and U.S., Sports