PiA Fellow Facebook

2017-2018

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Hana Lethen

Yamaguchi, Japan

Princeton University '17
Major in Comparative Literature
Hometown: Canyon, TX

Hana's favorite things are ballet, cats, and coffee. She also enjoys obscure pastimes like watching Noh theater. Hana loves all things Japan and is super excited to work with global programs at Yamaguchi University--and to sample Yamaguchi's specialty, blowfish.

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Benjamin Levey

Bangsak, Thailand

Northwestern University '17
Major in American Studies
Hometown: Milwaukee, WI

At age five, Ben (Len to his friends) wrote a letter to General Mills asking why the big ones are called Mini Wheats. He's still waiting for a response.

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Jeremy Lin

Beijing, China

Johns Hopkins University '15
Major in Political Science
Hometown: Laguna Niguel, CA

Currently on sabbatical from the NBA. Needed to get away to chill with old timers in the park in Beijing and hone his Taiwanese-American Mandarin accent.

"I'm an early bird and a night owl. So I'm wise, and I have worms."

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Jiali Liu

Hong Kong, Hong Kong S.A.R., China

China Foreign Affairs University '15
Tufts University '17
Major in English and International Relations
Hometown: Sichuan, China

Jiali is a master of philosophy and knows that the spice of life is actually Sichuan peppercorns.

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Linda Liu

Shihezi, China

Princeton University '17
Major in Economics
Hometown: Omaha, NE

A good story is enough to make her CORN-tent. She enjoys h-EAR-ing new languages and instruments and has a remar-COB-ly long list of each that she plans to start on while living in a far CORN-er of China next year. Favorite foods: tomatoes, mushrooms, and (a-MAIZE-ingly) corn.

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Socorro (Soqui) Lopez

Vientiane, Laos

George Washington University '15
Major in Environmental Studies
Hometown: Roatan, Honduras

Soqui currently lives in DC, works for a family planning partnership, and is regularly reminded of her lack of upper arm strength in her weekly yoga class. In her spare time, she's been learning how to compost and case manage for an abortion fund in the district. She looks forward to working on public health in Laos for the next year.

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Kelly Luc

Tokyo, Japan

Brown University '17
Major in Public Health and Visual Arts

Kelly Luc is enamored by bullet journals, blue beaches, and blasé overuses of alliteration. Most days, she is busy having strong opinions about boba and googling* words in an attempt to appear clever. Despite her fascinating flair for mispronunciation, Kelly enjoys waxing psuedo-poetics and bequeathing pet names and other hypocorisms*. Kelly is filled with a vibrant (and verbose) love of Tokyo, and looks forward to valiantly teaching English to tots of many ages.

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Stephanie Martinez

Penang, Malaysia

Macalester College '17
Major in Geography
Hometown: Locust Grove, VA

Coming from a town in rural Virginia where there is said to be more cows than people, Stephanie is known for talking to animals. The fact that she's a vegetarian, and goes to a small liberal arts school in Minnesota may have also influenced her quirky habit of naming objects that she owns. When she's not posting about cute puppy videos, or rambling about her current anime series that she is watching, Stephanie enjoys listening to live music, dancing, and making art with her close friends.

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Nicole Marvin

Nan, Thailand

Princeton University '17
Major in Computer Science
Hometown: Pawling, NY

Nicole enjoys outdoor adventuring no matter the weather and is a distance runner at heart. In her natural habitat, she can be found making pterodactyl noises and discussing the evolutionary wonders of the animal world.

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Will Mason

Shihezi, China

Washington and Lee University '17
Major in Economics and Philosophy
Hometown: Virginia Beach, VA

I like being outside, playing music, and long walks on the beach. I love helping kids of all ages learn things. I am terrible at tennis but I have a pretty sweet collection of trucker hats.

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