Travelogue Host: Yin
Yield: 1 Yin
Difficulty: Not too easy, according to my mother
Prep time: Twenty some years
Recommendations: Serve while watching Travelogue
1 large passion for traveling
2 sticks of energetic legs
3 tubes of television addiction
4 spoonfuls of zesty spice
Unpeel passion and mix with sticks of energetic legs. Squeeze tubes of television addiction into the batter until smooth. Bake until outer crust is evenly toned and light yellow. Top with zesty spices for a unique flavor.
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Interview with Yin
So, what’s your life itinerary?
Starting point in Beijing, departure after 5 years, layover in California, settle in New York, Cornell University to refuel, back to Beijing for now.
What’s work like?
Teams of 4 people, director, cameraman, assistant, and myself do research on a specific location and go on location for one to two weeks to film, depending on how many episodes we plan to bring back. After we return, its my job to write the script and do the voiceovers.
When we film, work is a challenge, physically and mentally. However, we get to experience what the average traveler cannot, and sharing the excitement of the discoveries with the rest of the world.
I work with the most talented, motivated, and downright fun people! Seriously, Travelogue is one happy family. When we film, we are bound together by work, but during our free time, we are bound by choice! Great friends.
Random Facts about Yin
Is an only child
Is a virgo, August 27th
Speaks Chinese like a Beijinger
Has no pets, but is a dog person