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About the author
My name is Matthew DeBlock, I'm a Canadian living in China.
I am Managing Director of DeBlock Consulting, Nanjing China representative office, helping western businesses understand and succeed in China.
Dscript brings together most of my major skills into a single project. Programming, Languages (fluent in English, French, Spanish and Mandarin Chinese) and graphics design. My other interests include Investment (personal favourite is FOREX), Chemistry, Physics, Electronics and most other fields of science.
In 1998 I got into I.T., I immediately started into web design and quickly found my niche as a software developer. I worked mainly in e-commerce, designing projects ranging from statistical tracking software to OS design. In 2004 I went to Mexico for over a year to learn Spanish at a Mexican academy, and later volunteered with a Rotary project. In 2005 I came to China and attended BLCU to study Mandarin Chinese. I graduated in 2010 with a bachelor in Chinese language and am now the Managing Director of DeBlock Consulting, Nanjing representative office. I have provided interpretive and negotiation services to western businesses coming to China since 2007. In addition to my ability to communicate key business and technical concepts fluently I also provide advice on the business culture and help businesses build the relationships needed to succeed in China.
DeBlock consulting helps western business succeed in China. We have provided interpretation and consulting services to clients from Canada, the U.S. and the U.K. since 2007. DeBlock consulting has also provided business and numerical analysis services to businesses, institutions and governments since 1997.
Yixi was my thesis in Chinese language studies. I designed a new investment analysis charting system using the Chinese "Book of Changes". Sorry the site is in Chinese only, I have not had time write to an English version yet.
A new script combining Chinese writting strokes and the Roman alphabet to produce a new form of cursive script.