About Cecilia.W.Yu 余詠詩
Cecilia’s art is touring Japan since 2010, seen at the United Nations Climate Change Summit COP15, Cairo Opera House and prestigious art venues, festivals like Edinburgh Arts Festival and events like Monanco Art Fair. Developing Calligraphy-Graffiti fusion art & design got her a sponsorship to Master-class with artists from the Academia di belle Arte, Firenze, 2014. Worked with the Global Graffiti Scene through her 2013-ongoing partnership with Kel1st in New York which links her fine art work to hip hop nation in a very unusual way! Cecilia has her own annual culture events at the Bombed Out church in Liverpool, appearing in “art jams” with many brilliant musicians famous for their Liverpool sounds.
An MBA in Sustainable Media Joint Ventures, background in PR (e.g Nobel Peace Laureates) & Marketing (e.g London Fashion Week), Macro-economics research (e.g Gorbachev Foundation, Moscow).
Cecilia has about 30 different sustainable development projects around the world and sits on the Boards and Advisory Boards of a few UN and UNICEF awarded charities and social enterprise; she is all about Grass-root global empowerment and listening to local solutions!
Finalist in the Miss Asia-International (Australia) Pageant 國際華裔小姐競選, she enjoyed work as a model and appeared in Australian TV while she media and law as an undergraduate. She got a bursary scholarship to study International law in Uppsala Sweden; later she also studied fashion at St. Martin’s College, London.
Wrote in the Far East to a daily 1.2million distribution. www.ceciliayu.com re-blogged to 20million
inside China and quoted by C-Span.Far Eastern ambassador for the New York based network: Voices of Women Worldwide.TV
“Pro-compassion” in every aspect.
She Loved her travels to interesting places like researching at the Gorbachev Foundation and Tsinghua University in Beijing, trekking in the Himalayan kingdom of Bhutan, Studying spiritual texts at the great Boudhanath stupa in Nepal and horse-riding in Annapurna, way up in the Himalayas.
Cecilia’s Sustain-Able blog has a no-nonsense take on the madness that is our politicised planet & how messed up censorship, culturally unsustainable policies are! It is okay to use a bit of “black humour” if you are actually doing something to make a difference! lol. Strangely, she got reblogged to 20million when she called someone a Red Sk8nk in 2011 (okay, somebody famous denied Tiananmen Massacre….it wasn’t randomly rude :)…it was in response to a very cruel and nasty remark by a minor Hong kong politician to the victims’ Mothers!)