An Interview with Junior Data Scientist Intern — Jinxin Hu

Written by Ransom Kong

Jinxin is the Junior Data Scientist Intern at TheSparkOne. He used the word ‘cool’ quite a lot which describes Jinxin. He loves the international flavor of the team which hails from California, Arizona, Hawaii, China, India, and France among other places. He also is very adept in many things technical which is maybe why he likens himself to a seabird that can thrive in two environments.

How were you introduced to TheSparkOne project?

I met Hui at an activity and thought that it was cool. I said I wanted to join the project. …


An Interview with Junior DevOps Engineer Intern: Zihua He

Written by Ransom Kong

Zihua appreciates projects with a big vision and immediately connected TheSpark.One project at a very early time.

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How were you introduced to TheSparkOne project?

I met the founder, Hui Huang, through a college classmate. He was already involved and he sparked my interest in the project. I asked if there were any possibilities that I could be involved. So we had a conversation with Hui who talked me through the vision and basic concepts.

What piqued your interest about the project?

It was a chance to start in a blockchain project. Blockchain & Web 3.0 is next wave of internet. …


An Interview with Content Assistant: Yinyin Lu

Written by Ransom Kong

Yinyin has a helpful and gentle spirit that you could almost overlook her expertise. joining The SparkOne, She studied psychology and economics at Arizona State University. Yinyin wishes to be a bird because they fly high. “I love high places like mountains so I would go there.

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What attracted you to TheSparkOne project?

I was introduced by a college friend to the founder, Hui Huang. She talked about her life and the project. I liked the new concept using blockchain innovation. I heard about it before but now I know more. …


Written by Ransom Kong

Based on an interview with Hui Huang — Founder of TheSparkOne Network & Sparx Lab CEO.

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Hui: “One day, I asked one question to my 9-year-old daughter Emily, what is Bitcoin? Then I heard most hilarious answer:

“Mom, bitcoin is a coin that can be bit.”

Hui: “My laugh actually made her embarrassed. I acknowledged with her that it is okay and it is a cute answer. As I thought about it, I asked what about we make some bitcoin cookies, go to local meetup to sell it? Why not make bitcoin a coin that can be bit? It would be a wonderful mini-project for kids like Emily’s age. …


Written by: Ransom Kong

In this interview, I was as always inspired by the sheer joy, passion, and conviction of Hui Huang, Founder and CEO of TheSparkOne Network. It was challenging to process the innovative concepts of the new way of ideation creation. I couldn’t help but always have in the back of my mind that the future is really now.

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What would be most important skill for you or kids to have to prepare for the future?

If we could ask, ‘What would be most important skill for you or kids to have to prepare for the future?’, what would your answer be? We asked this question to Hui Huang, founder & visionary of TheSparkOne network. She passionately answered, it is the skill to dream what’s possible, try what is possible and make the possible happen. TheSparkOne believes talents can take effective training for proof-of-skill and teams can join creation or innovation projects by taking challenges. …

Yinyin Lu

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