in CSOFT Annual Summit

Marking CSOFT’s Annual Summit, CSOFT’s Founder and CEO Shunee Yee writes:

Dearest friends and partners,

In Antoine de Saint Exupéry’s The Little Prince, one of the most translated books in the world, the acquaintance of the little prince is made through a simple drawing of a sheep in a box. The story has been translated into 253 different languages, and it teaches us to open our minds beyond what we see on the surface, embrace creativity, and recognize the beauty within.

Inspired by this story, we chose a sheep as the symbol of our 2017 Annual Summit, where we journeyed to the beautiful Flying Fox Grasslands this past summer for an unforgettable night under the stars.


In our own “flocks”, we ran across fields in human-sized bubbles, herded a flock of live sheep, cooked eggs benedict under a tent, and competed against each other for the ultimate victory in an unforgettable “Amazing Race”.

The 2017 CSOFT Annual Summit marked a magical moment in our company’s history where we learned to break boundaries in traditions, think outside-the-box, and explore beyond our comfort zones. We embraced the spirit that is so unique to us, and learned what it truly means to be a CSOFTer. We’d like to share this spirit with you, as it allows us to continue bringing our loyal clients the best experience in service, and continue pushing the boundaries of innovation and creativity.

In turn, we’d like to give you your very own sheep. We hope he inspires you to also exceed your limits, explore the unknown, look up at the stars, and welcome 2018 with open arms. We wish you a holiday season and New Year filled with warmth, laughter, and joy, surrounded by people who uplift and encourage you. We remain dedicated to always bringing you a one-of-a-kind experience, and we thank you for your trust in us.

The little prince’s sheep may be in a box, but we hope yours inspires you with ideas only found outside the box.

Happy Holidays!
Your CSOFT Family

Shunee Yee
President & CEO, CSOFT


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