Lisa Wang

“I’m hardworking but insanely busy. I’ve always just known that if I don’t work hard, then I might fail school. Hard work is really important but [I also learned that] you also need to value the moments you have with your family and friends because you never know when something [bad] will happen. I learned the lesson about valuing time with family and friends when my mom got cancer a few years back. Luckily she’s okay [now], but we didn’t know how she’d end up.” (1/3) 

“My parents are definitely the most important people in my life. They always do so much for me; They always prioritize my brother and me over themselves. I wouldn’t know what I would do without them. They always push me to do the best I can and to work hard on the things that I do. That pushed me to do the things that I do because I have the will to do my best on everything.” (2/3)

“I’m not really sure [what my future holds] as of right now, but I want to be an aerospace engineer. I will hopefully be going to Penn State for my undergrad and then somewhere for my grad school [education] and we’ll see how that turns out.” (3/3)

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