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MR. LIN Zechen
Gender: Male
D.O.B: 04/05/1989
Mailing Address:
A0806, Harbourfront Horizon All-Suite Hotel
8 Hung Luen Road, Hung Hom Bay, Kowloon, Hong Kong
Mobile phone: +852 93492500

07/2010 ~ 06/2013
The University of Auckland: Bachelor of Commerce in Accounting and Finance

08/2013 ~ 08/2014
City University of Hong Kong: Master of Arts in International Accounting

Academic year 2007
Certificate of The National Second-Class Athlete (CHINA)
Academic year 2011
Certificate of Distinction in Introductory Statistics
Academic year 2012
Top 5 of the Cost and Management Accounting Course
Championship of the interfaculty basketball game

11/2010-02/2011 Internship in Lishui AUDITING BUREAU
Traced general leger accounts to original source documents
Assisted senior auditor in inventory count
12/2011-02/2012 Internship in BDO Shanghai
Assisted senior auditor in performing variance and trend analysis for the revenue and expense numbers listed on the financial statements of the SHANGHAI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT CO., LTD.

Fluent English in Listening, Reading, Writing and Speaking;
Computer skills: Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint), MYOB;
High ability of organization, leadership and communication;

Basketball is one of my favorite sports and I play it every weekend no matter how busy I am. Besides, I am keen on fitness as it keeps me mentally and physically healthy. Reading is another leisure activity I like, those novels written based on the social reality are my preferred books. In addition, I like socialization such as family gathering and friends gathering, since I am a open minded person who like to make new…...

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