As social media proved it, I’ve freshly returned from China. Huawei invited me to visit their headquarters in Beijing, Shenzhen & Shanghai and without any fake pr I can tell you that I was impressed. The Shenzhen headquarter is as big as a city! Nonetheless, you already know that Huawei is one of my love brands so there is no surprise in this aspect. I still remember how I was the only one who got so emotional during a Huawei conference with 500 people, that I cried. Yep, selling emotion works, people, it works!
- You have to see the Chinese wall. So many novels, so many movies, so many stories about it. We had to be taken there to see it. But a millennial is not going to the Chinese wall like a simple tourist. No. A millennial has stashes. Stashes of what? Of gadgets to capture the beauty and the special moments. Outfits to change into for the perfect social media picture ( referring here at Diana & Me #duh)
2. Then you should marvel in front of the Shenzhen cosmopolite vibe. Did you know that Shenzhen was just a fishermen village some 30 years ago? Now it looks like a version of New York. Because yes, a millennial always searches and finds the coolest districts in every city. And drinks matcha latte (which tastes bleacs, but they say it’s hip – still bleacs).
Oh, these are just the black swans from the lake inside the Shenzhen Huawei headquarter & my Best Dressed Personality Award from Beau Monde Magazine
3. This is a niche millennial aspect, but that doesn’t mean it’s less important – so focus – As a millennial woman in her 30s (or as every woman in history) you suddenly think of yourself as a sex bomb. And you act like it (tackiness, hello) so bare a leg if you don’t have a way for a hugggee cleavage to come out, it’s mostly and utterly necessary. Anywhere.
So that you know, these traditional Chinese dresses are the definition of sensuality. B-U-Y O-N-E
Just me in ELLE Magazine – move along.
Cutest/weirdest food in the universe
I have an Huawei watch but still fancied this stylish one
Shenzhen from the top floor of St. Regis – fishermen village 30 years ago. I repeat. And now this.
And last, but obviously not least. Get yourself one of those Chinese hand painted paper umbrellas. You’ll certainly be a stand out millennial the next summer.