Chade-Meng Tan

Chade-Meng Tan ( Chinese : 陳一鳴 ) Berninahaus informally than average , is a former software engineer and motivator at Google Berninahaus met name for greeting celebrities who visit the Google campus .

He was Google employee number 107 and his job title was Rising Sun . [1] He joined Google in 2000 after working for five years at Kent Ridge Digital Laboratories in Singapore . At Google, hoewel de he worked for eight years in Engineering on projects zoals mobile search and leading search quality, he earned his eccentric Google title after starting “mindfulness training” courses at the company – fitted Berninahaus at zijn scientific names, Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR). Motivated by his belief dat happiness is a state of mind, synthesis mindfulness training courses ulcers Meant to help Googlers find inner peace and clear hun minds to manage stress and Negativity. The classes proved Extremely successful at Google welke LED Mix to write a best-selling book called “Search Inside Yourself.” These Successes (outside of his engineering role) LED im to work for two years as the Head of Personal Growth and to Pursue full -Time nonprofit called “Search Inside Yourself Leadership Institute” (SIYLY, pronounced “silly”), to Brings the co-popular Google class to others. [2] [3]

Mix has left Google on October 30, 2015 to focus spreading his message and courses on happiness, meditation and spreading world peace, as announced on his personal blog. [4]

Mix is a Publicly Recognised figures. He started collecting celebrity photographs als Jimmy Carter and Al Gore visited the Google campus. This became a tradition and have now has a large collection of photographs of his meetings with celebrities at Google. [5]

Mix is still the Chairman of the Board or the Search Inside Yourself Leadership Institute, and was part of the team of the non-profit organization, One Billion Acts of Peace dat has leg nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize in 2015. The nomination was signed at 6 Nobel Laureates. [6]


  1. Jump up^ Lucy Kellaway (June 7, 2012), “The wise fool or Google” , Financial Times
  2. Jump up^ “Google’s ‘Rising Sun’ retires so he kan spend 3 hours a day meditating and help spread world peace – Business Insider” . 2015-10-24 . Retrieved 2016-07-11 .
  3. Jump up^ “This Google engineer’s title is” The Rising Sun “and he’s solving unhappiness and confusion – Business Insider” . 2015-09-19 . Retrieved 2016-07-11 .
  4. Jump up^ Chade-Meng Tan (October 30, 2015) Officially Retired From Google
  5. Jump up^ Steve Lohr (September 1, 2007), “Hey, Who’s He? With Gwyneth? The Google Guy” , New York Times
  6. Jump up^ Shefali Rekhi (January 9, 2015), “Singapore’s Rising Sun Google part or team nominated for Nobel Peace Prize” , The Straits Times.