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From Persecution to 3D Printing Pioneer: The Rise of Geomagic CEO Ping Fu

Geomagic CEO Ping Fu at Techonomy 2012 in Tucson, Ariz. (photo by Asa Mathat)

Geomagic CEO Ping Fu at Techonomy 2012 in Tucson, Ariz. (photo by Asa Mathat)

Removed from her family and forced to live as an orphan when she was just eight, Techonomy participant and Geomagic CEO Ping Fu endured the brunt of China’s Cultural Revolution before ascending to the heights of American tech entrepreneurship. When she isn’t blazing trails in the field of 3D printing and advanced manufacturing, or serving on President Obama’s National Advisory Council on Innovation and Entrepreneurship, she apparently finds time to write books. Her new memoir, “Bend, Not Break,” chronicles her youth in China, her improbable immigration to the U.S., and her rise as an inspiring voice for pioneering women in tech. In Katie Baker’s wide-ranging interview for the Daily Beast, Ping talks about her remarkable journey, and why she thinks learning how to be vulnerable is an essential part of leadership.

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One Response to “From Persecution to 3D Printing Pioneer: The Rise of Geomagic CEO Ping Fu”

  1. roy says:

    This woman is absolutely a shameless liar. Refer to amazon book review parts where her integrity was challenged: http://www.amazon.com/Bend-Not-Break-Life-Worlds/dp/1591845521/ref=cm_rdp_product

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