September 13, 2021
For Iris Wang, Major Collaborations Show Persistence Pays Off
The effect of her methodical efforts can also be likened to that of water— specifically droplets, she says. “Water has this tremendous soft strength,” she explains. Infusing these balanced principles of gentle strength, passion, and focus into the work is a philosophy she is now passing on to her sons who will someday take over the business.
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