What Made You Choose WBB? I choose WBB because it keeps opportunities open for me in the future. Uncertain about where I want to work in the future, I believe having degrees from three different continents keep options open.
Advice you wish you had known while applying to college: Aim high and be daring! Apply to competitive schools even if you only have a glimpse of chance (based on numbers). Nowadays, it’s not only about the numbers, it’s about you as an applicant! It never hurts to try.
USC activities/general hobbies: Badminton, Student Ambassador, Residential Student Government, American Sign Language club, NetImpact (social entrepreneurship club), Christian Challenge (on-campus fellowship), teaching Chinese. @HKUST: Badminton, Table Tennis, Student Ambassador. @Bocconi: Bocconi Student Consulting Club and Bocconi Green Light for Business.
Why do you love Los Angeles? The weather is to die for. It’s also an active city with many activities, a variety of culture, and just so much to do!
Share a definitive freshman moment at USC: A definitive freshman moment for me was taking a family photo by screen-shooting a Skype video call.
Favorite USC class: Thus far, my favorite class is “Introduction to C++ Programming”. I love creating programs out of code and seeing tangible evidence of what I’m doing.
My move-in experience was a little less hectic than that of an average USC student. I moved in earlier to attend the international orientation. I didn’t get to fight for the infamous orange bins; or wait as families dragged bags … Continue reading →
From the moment I committed to WBB, I dreaded the feeling of homesickness: the greatest challenge of flying 6,479 miles across the pacific. However, as the last three months flew by, I realize how easy it is to keep in … Continue reading →
One of my greatest fears coming to college was getting fat. Let’s be honest, freshman 15 is definitely not a myth. I realize the only reason I stayed “in shape” during High School was because of my athletic participation. A … Continue reading →
Learning about INternational Commerce (LINC) is a two-unit course that includes a 10-day immersion trip to a foreign country during spring break in March, or right after school ends in May. The trip is designed to expose students to foreign … Continue reading →
One of the first question WBB students ask is how (and where) on earth am I going to find an internship? Some think that traveling around the world will hinder our summer internship searches. However, WBB students get assess to … Continue reading →