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September 16, 2013

Get to Know Our Writers: Sandy

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This is the seventh installment in our “Get to Know Our Writers” series for the month of September, in celebration of Recultured’s 2nd anniversary. Here’s the Recultured Profile of another one of our newest writers, Sandy!

Recultured Profile

Name: Sandy Gao

Hometown? Shandong, China 

What are you studying? Political Science and Psychology

Favourite book? One Hundred Years of Solitude by Gabriel Garcia Marquez

Favourite childhood TV show and current favourite TV show?

Arthur/CSI

What song would you want played at your funeral?

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La Califfa – Sarah Brightman

What actor/actress would play you in a movie about yourself?

Scarlett Johansson

What is one of your guilty pleasures?

YouTube

Last thing that made you cry?

Pain

What superpower would you most want?

To be invisible

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If your house was on fire, what would be the first thing you would save?

My books

Write 2 truths and 1 lie about yourself.

I went to high school in California
I did taekwondo
I drive myself to school everyday

 

 

Recultured is the blogging project of The Social Media Network. How addicted are you to social media?

I use facebook and a chinese microblog. I check it alot and I use it to connect with my friends.

#1 tip for first-years in college/university?

Choose easier classes because the classes are structured very differently from high school 

Why do you write?

Writing is a nice thinking process for me, and it is a way for me to sort out all the ideas in my head.

Recommend one Recultured article written by someone else, and one by yourself.

Dr. Wooo: The Friend Zone by Mark Woo
A Cruel Fairytale: He Is Just Not That Into You

Lastly, it’s Recultured’s 2nd birthday, what kind of cake would you like?

Ice cream!!!!



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