“Strong people don’t put others down, the lift them up.” October is National Bullying Prevention Month. Remember to always be that person who goes out of their way to choose kindness. Surround yourself with people who make you stronger and if you are struggling, tell someone. #nationalbullyingprevention #stopbullying #free2luv #standup #respect #kindnessmatters #love #bekind #loveall #friendsdontletfriendsbully #instagood
What would you call this pose? Photographer @dtufino_photo called it unicorn and I think that’s pretty fitting! Contortion leo by the incredible @kikimorafashion.
Super cute article came out today. We were interviewed by Urbo about Em’s time with @tlc #toddlersandtiaras and what she’s up to now. Love this little weirdo. Link to the article in bio.
Sending virtual hugs to all our friends! Photo by @dtufino_photo and Leo by @kikimorafashion!
We had the most amazing time in New York, meeting new friends and taking lots of photos. Already miss everyone! 📸by the incredible @dtufino_photo
Just hanging out in #newyork with the incredible @annaemcnulty and @dtufino_photo. Not pictured are @maria.pucciarelli and @handstandclaudia but don’t worry. I’ve got so many amazing photos to share!
Getting to spend the day with @jewel.dancer was an absolute highlight of #dancerpalooza. There are so many gorgeous photos I can’t wait to post! Photo by @julianna.d.photography Pants from @flexilexi_fitness
“The body achieves what the mind believes.” The first time Em did this pose, it was so hard for her. People always ask, “Were you born flexible?” And that’s such a hard question to answer. We first discovered she had an unusual gift when she tried to hold handstands on beam as a gymnast and it was almost impossible. But this, the contortion she does, is the result of learning what her body is capable of and pushing it to achieve MORE every single day for the past three years. Now this pose is one of the easiest. It’s amazing how much you can grow with determination. PC: @artisticallymine Leo: @foxysleotards
“The wise man puts all his eggs in one basket, and watches his basket.” -Andrew Carnegie Em is an only child so I guess that makes her easy to watch lol! How many siblings do you have? Photo by @jordanmatter
Join me and FREE2LUV for a musical cirque spectacle as we embark on a magical journey of self discovery. Through acrobats, contortion, high flying aerial and trapeze acts, self doubt and pain turn into power and unstoppable strength. FREE2LUV presents TOUR DE FORCE on November 3. @free_2_luv has links to buy tickets in their bio. ❤️ #free2luv #antibullying #cirque #tourdeforce #selfove #selfdiscovery #journey #strength #power #music #unstoppable #love #kindness #instacircus #losangeles #cali #vip
Just hanging out, casually waiting for the Labor Day Weekend. 🇺🇸 Did you hear that @joandjax is having a HUGE sale!? Use code JJLABOR25 to receive 25% off any online order at joandjax.com! PLUS select items will be up to 50% off. Sale is happening today through Monday! Shop it up! #JoandJax, #JJSquad PHoto by @collettemruk Leo by @joandjax
“And though she be but Little, she is fierce.” -William Shakespeare Anyone who knows Em knows how true this is! She’s an itty bitty little beast of a thing. Photo by @artisticallymine Leo @foxysleotards
"A small number of people ... are against everything the SAR government wants to do and against everything that's from the central government. They are also using such slogans as 'uprising' and 'liberation.' These show they have hidden purposes."
Wu studied engineering at the University of Manitoba in 1953, then transferred to Princeton University. Wu graduated from Princeton with a Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering (B.Sc.Eng.) in 1958, and currently serves as a Trustee for the university. Before that, he attended Wah Yan College, a Jesuit secondary school in Hong Kong.
As one of the founders of Hopewell, he was the managing Director from 1972 to 2002. In January 2002, he retired as the managing Director of the company but remains as the chairman of the board. He was responsible for Hopewell's infrastructure projects in mainland China and Southeast Asia and has been involved in the design and construction of many buildings and development projects in Hong Kong and mainland China. He is also the chairman of Hopewell Highway Infrastructure Limited, subsidiary of Hopewell listed on August 2003, and an independent non-executive Director of i-Cable Communications Limited.
Gordon Wu designed the first Build-Operate-Transfer (BOT) project for the China Hotel in 1979, thus 'leading the way' into China. Wu and Hopewell went on to build power plants (Shajiao B and C) and other infrastructure projects in China, using the BOT structure.
Since the 1980s, Wu has steered Hopewell Holdings towards developing his vision of creating an advanced transport system for China's Manufacturing powerhouse in the Pearl River Delta, which includes much of Guangdong province and makes use of its proximity to Hong Kong to access professional services and Logistics.
In 1984, Wu donated US$5 million worth of his company shares to Princeton University and formed a charity fund. Wu also pledged US$100 million to the university, a sum he planned to make available for university use in 2008, on the occasion of his 50th reunion. In a talk given in October 2006, however, Wu revealed intentions of making the contribution available to the university sooner. He completed this pledge, with the last payment in 2006/2007.
Hopewell is participating in the investment of five toll road projects with a total length of 360 km, all of which are located in the Pearl River Delta region of Guangdong Province in mainland China. Four toll road projects are in operation while construction of the 15 km Phase I of the Guangzhou-Zhuhai West Superhighway (Guangzhou to Shunde section) commenced in December 2001. All of the projects are in the form of co-operative joint ventures between Hopewell and China partners.
Gordon Wu has spoken out in opposition to the development of democracy in Hong Kong. He joined more than 80 of Hong Kong's richest Business tycoons and their heirs apparent headed for Beijing on 26 September 2003 on an annual pilgrimage. The same year, he told the Chinese University of Hong Kong EMBA programme that he opposed direct elections in Hong Kong which, he believed, would cause lots of problems. Noting that only 10 per cent of Hong Kong citizens pay taxes, with the remaining 90 per cent receiving subsidies in various forms, e.g. public housing, Health care and education, if direct elections were introduced, this group would, with the help of the politicians they had voted in, "get not only free lunches, but free dinners and breakfasts."
In the run up to the December 2005 protest for democracy in Hong Kong, he said that demonstrators are mobs, and democracy is mobocracy. At a meeting attended by then Vice President Xi Jinping in 2010, he stated,