Bingbin Cheng

Celebrating Trinity Staff/Faculty

Trinity’s Wellness Team’s social media series celebrates and highlights our incredible staff and faculty at the College. The Team hopes by highlighting and honouring the work of our staff and faculty members, our students and community can get to know each other better over the next few months! In honour of Asian Heritage Month, meet Bingbin Cheng, Coordinator, Development in the Office of Development & Alumni Affairs.

Posted May 30, 2022

Bingbin Cheng with text Meet Bingbin Cheng

Meet Bingbin Cheng

Coordinator, Development
Office of Development & Alumni Affairs

Fun Fact: In Chinese, my name means ice (Bing) and Jade (Bin)

(Image: Bingbin Cheng)


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Wellness Team (WT): Why do you enjoy working at Trinity College?

BingBin Cheng (BC): All my colleagues are always willing to help and collaborate. They genuinely want to help you succeed.

WT: What is your favourite location at Trinity or U of T?

BC: The old staircase in the main building and Devonshire Pl., where you can see the beautiful red bricks of St. Hilda’s!


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WT: What is a fun memory you have of working at the College? 

BC: I lost my sense of direction in the basement a few times. I am sure that happens to many of us!

WT: Why do you think it is important for us to celebrate/highlight diversity at the College?

BC: As individuals, we ALL contribute to the College. Every single one of us should be recognized and celebrated equally regardless of our background.


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WT: Do you have any advice you want to share with our students?

BC: Explore the world as much as you can!

WT: How can students contact you if they want to connect further? 

BC: They can email me at bingbin.cheng@utoronto.ca


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Fun Facts about BingBin!

WT: Dream Vacay?

BC: Iceland. Maybe because my hometown, Chong Qing, is known for extremely hot summer weather. I’ve always wanted to spend some time in the North!

WT: Fav Snack/Food?

BC: Hot pot or any Sichuan food. The spicier, the better!

WT: Dogs or Cats?

BC: Both!!


Photos courtesy of BingBin Cheng

See original post on ForTrinStudents on Instagram!

 

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