Oct 2, 2009

Hi, all!!

Hi, I'm Carly, (Xiaoou), honored to be here, as a new author of the blog.

I'm from China, came to US in mid August, 2009 to pursue my MLIS in Syracuse University, majored in Computer Science(That is the reason why people keep asking me why I'm not in IM program).

Well, I love books, love sharing, willing to serve people to help them to find what they want, or, as Prof. Lankes mentioned in the mission of librarianship, “The mission of librarians is to improve society through facilitating knowledge creation in their communities." Sounds exciting, huh?



This is ME!






Tomorrow is a traditional festival of China, Mid-Autumn festival, or you can call it "Moon-cake Festival". Enjoy the moon cake, ladies! (I really have no idea how to cook it even I consider myself as a cooking GENIUS:-p)

7 comments:

Shander said...

Can we get mooncakes in Syracuse? 'Cause they look AWESOME! And welcome to Gonnabe Librarians! And happy mid-autumn! And have a good weekend! And thanks for posting!

Xiaoou Cheng(Carly) said...

You can buy them in a small supermarket named PanAsia on ErieBlvd, close to PriceChopper and Sims.

Quite expensive,($14 for a box of moon cakes, maybe 4-6 cakes inside) .so neither of us have made a try~

Ivy said...

Happy mid-autumn day guys~~~o(∩_∩)o

Anonymous said...

We gotta enought people working on the how,(IT) thanx for all y'all gals for working on the what, when and where.

Becky said...

I love mooncakes and am a huge fan of the double-yolk kind. They're expensive but worth every penny!

Kristen said...

Oooh those look good. Maybe we have to learn how to make those!

Xiaoou Cheng(Carly) said...

I remember ISGO menthioned that they had plans for offering cooking lessons, we should ask Claire and Liz for it!