PiA Fellow Facebook

2016-2017

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Kaylin Blount

Jishou, China
Princeton University ‘16
Major in English
Hometown: Richmond, VA
 
Kaylin is an English Major who is incredibly happy not to have to spend the next year stuck in a cubicle. She enjoys reading stories originally written for small children, making stuff up (otherwise known as writing fiction), and kicking people in the taekwondo ring. She is super excited to explore Jishou next year! Among other things, a few of her goals are: learning the local dialect, eating the spiciest food available, learning to roller skate on top of buildings, and conquering her arachnophobia.
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Emma Bonga Bikele

Hong Kong, Hong Kong S.A.R., China
St. John’s University ‘13, Georgetown University ‘16
Major in Sociology
Hometown: Bronx, NY
 
I am a Congolese songbird studying Conflict Resolution in Washington, DC with a regional concentration on East Asia. In the event that Policy Analysis and Rhetoric do not work out as potential career avenues, a future as either a gospel singer or a Kpop star (in that order) constitute plans B and C. I am beyond excited to tussle with Cantonese and Mandarin while attempting to maintain my Korean. Here’s to an life changing year!
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Kat Boyd

Vientiane, Laos
University of Pittsburgh ‘16
Major in Microbiology
Hometown: Bethlehem, PA
 
I can’t feel my face when I’m in Laos. But I like it.
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Sam Bresnick

Colombo, Sri Lanka
Columbia University ‘15
Major in Comparative Literature
Hometown: New York, NY
 
Sam didn’t submit a blurb. Should PiA be worried about him in a newsroom?
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Corey Brincks

Dili, Timor-Leste
Miami Univeristy (OH) ‘15
Major in Economics, International Studies
Hometown: Columbus, OH
 
Ohio’s state bird: The greybilled rouse
Ohio’s state fabric: red-checkered picnic cloth
Ohio’s state pasttime: Arts & Crafts
Ohio’s state motto: Take it to the BRINK!
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Jesse Brooks

Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia
Wesleyan University ‘16
Major in History and Film
Hometown: Los Angeles, CA

Jesse is going to Mongolia, to teach English and fine tune his hawk hunting talents. He loves to chit-chat and make jiffy pop on a roaring campfire. Looking forward to all your comfortable couches!

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Michel Cassard

Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Princeton University ‘16
Major in Economics
Hometown: London, UK
 
Michel is Princeton Class of 2016, majoring in Economics. He has lived in London his whole life but was born in Washington DC. His father is Lebanese and his mother is South African. He has always been interested in economics and finance and is excited to apply these passions to micro-finance in Cambodia! In his free time, Michel is keen to live, to laugh and to love.
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Annemarie Catanzaro

Dalian, China
University of California, San Diego ‘13
Hometown: San Mateo, CA
 
Language afficianado turned jedi preparing to depart for Da- lian where students will be mercilessly subjected to movies, dancing, and games. Annemarie is a fundraiser, filmmaker, teacher, writer, and sustainability advocate all rolled into one. Other nouns may apply. Her puns are being saved for your conversation together. So, fly, you fools!
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Joy Chen

Jishou, China
Princeton University ‘18
Major in Comparative Literature
Hometown: Fort Lee, NJ
 
Coffee-ka on the Shore, Joy’s lackluster and unwritten memoir, will not be available in stores anytime soon! But in case you were interested, it’ll include her short stories, select pictures from her Instagram, and recipes for baked goods with fancy French names. Interested agents can find her at any local Starbucks.
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Devin Choudhury

Kathmandu, Nepal
Columbia University ‘15
Major in English Literature
Hometown: Cincinnati, OH
 
Devin likes palm trees and tuk-tuk rides. Devin likes that feeling at the end of the day where you finally scrape the lay- ers of dirt-encrusted sweat from your forearms.
“Why are you speaking in the 3rd person, Devin?”
“Well, the heat is finally getting to Devin, so he’s trying something new.”
“Sounds serious!”
“It isn’t.”
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