The author of ‘TOMU’ says she’s not looking for a new career.
But she does have a new favourite, and it’s not in the electrical engineering field.
The author of the new book ‘Tamao’ says that the experience she gained as an electric engineer is something she’ll never forget.
“It’s amazing, because I’ve worked on everything,” she said.
“But when I look at the electrical engineers I worked with and the things they did and the people I worked for, I still have a lot of love for the people who built the machines that did the experiments and the equipment.”
The book was published in June and the author says she plans to write another book on electric engineering.
“I’ve done everything I could possibly do to help people who had an electric passion, to help them be electricians and then to see them doing it in a more sustainable way,” she explained.
“We’ve made it so that there’s not a need for electricity anymore, but you have to look at it as a resource, and so we want to give people that opportunity.”
What is an electrician?
Electrical engineers work in a variety of fields.
They include electrical systems, electrical engineering and power supply.
Electricians are the experts who build, operate and maintain electrical systems.
They are also known for designing and installing equipment that provides electricity.
“They’ve got the experience, they’ve got expertise, they’re in the right place at the right time, they have a keen eye on what’s going on,” Ms Hui said.
The first book on electricity engineering, ‘TAMAO’, was published this month, and the book’s author, Jennifer Hui, says she wants to continue to share that passion.
“That’s what I love to do is inspire people to do this amazing work and hopefully give back and inspire others to do the same,” she says.
“And if I can make some money doing it, I’ll definitely do that, because it’s something I want to do for my family and my daughter.”
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