The Sikh Influence

Yashpreet Kaur, Project Manager | The Sikh Influence

August 31, 2020 Maneetpaul Singh Season 1 Episode 5
The Sikh Influence
Yashpreet Kaur, Project Manager | The Sikh Influence
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In this week's episode of The Sikh Influence, we sit down with Yashpreet Kaur who is a Project Manager working in China. We talk about several different topics including the details behind Yashpreet's journey moving to China after high school, what her life is like maintaining Sikhi in a country with limited Sangat, and also the importance of following all your interests regardless of how many there are or where they'll lead you.

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The Sikh Influence is a weekly interview podcast that highlights Sikhs from around the world who are doing what they love, hosted by Maneetpaul Singh. Each week, we'll be asking these individuals for professional advice, insights into their productivity workflows, and discussing how Sikhi has influenced their life.

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How has been your year been so far living in China with the pandemic?
Are things back to normal in China?
America vs China for pandemic response
How long have you been living in China?
How did you end up living in China? Where are you originally from?
Going to China after high school
Parents being supportive of going to China
Experience living in China for the first year
Becoming fluent in the Chinese language
Going to University in China
Where did you become fluent in English?
Finding an international program in Shanghai
Diversity in the program
What did you do after you got your degree?
Is this what you see yourself doing as your career moving forward?
Pursuing multiple passions
Is there a lot of Sikh Sangat in your area?
Impact of living in China on your Sikhi
Not realizing what you're missing until you lose it
Challenges with Sikhi at work?
Do you see yourself staying in China?
Would you be interested in moving to a country with more Sangat?
Do you have advice for people on how to maintain Sikhi when living on their own for the first time?
Do you have a lot of diversity in your workplace?
How do you spend your weekends?
Weekly Gurdwara programs
What instruments do you play?
Having multiple interests
Differences of Chinese life vs American life
What's your favorite Keertan track?
How can people follow along with your journey?