4 modern ways to rock the traditional cheongsam

4 modern ways to rock the traditional cheongsam

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I have a confession to make: I love to wear the cheongsam — a traditional Chinese one-piece dress with a mandarin collar.

Usually figure-hugging, the cheongsam (also known as a qipao) was made popular in 1920s Shanghai by socialites and upperclass women and is often associated with cinematic chinoiserie glamour

Cheongsams are amazing — feminine, yet seductive at the same time. But it’s not easy to pull one off because you might look like you work at a kitschy dim sum restaurant or worse, your grandmother (no offence, grandma!). Read more…

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4 modern ways to rock the traditional cheongsam

4 LinkedIn updates to take advantage of even if you're not job searching

4 LinkedIn updates to take advantage of even if you’re not job searching

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You not only have an up-to-date profile, but you also have a stellar headline, plenty of endorsements and a photo that manages to make you look both professional and approachable. So you’re all set on that front, right?

Nope! Think again. The company recently rolled out a few new features that you should know about if you want to take full advantage of the platform. Especially if one of your goals this year involves getting a new job, improving your personal brand, or just maximizing the usefulness of LinkedIn in general.

1. Updated job postings

I put this one first because it’s my favorite and, of course, it’s super useful. LinkedIn has now created a streamlined way for you to find your “in” when you see a position you’re interested in Read more…

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4 LinkedIn updates to take advantage of even if you’re not job searching