CreativeMornings: Ping Fu

For our first global CreativeMornings theme of 2013 “Happiness,” we had the honor to have Ping Fu share her moving story with us.

Ping Fu knows what it’s like to be a child soldier, a factory worker and a political prisoner. To be beaten and raped for being born into a well educated family. To be deported and having to start over without family or friends.

She also knows what it’s like to be a pioneering software innovator, a CEO and Inc magazine’s entrepreneur of the year. To give speeches that inspire and to advise the president of the United States.

Ping Fu’s story is a story of two worlds. A story of pure human resilience.

A big thank you to Ben Hallman for filming and editing Ping’s talk and to Galapagos Art Space in DUMBO, Brooklyn for hosting us.

3 Comments leave a comment below

  1. Wonderful talk! Thanks for sharing it with the world.

  2. Your streaming web server of this video is way too slow, constant breaks/interruptions. I know it’s not at my end (my ISP) because I can watch other videos from other sites w/o any problem right now.

  3. I watched the full video and was truly and utterly inspired by her life story. Is there a transcript of her talk online? I’d like to read it from time to time.