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Hey! My name is En Qi (pronounced as En-Chee) or you can call me Angie.

About Me:
- I was born on 1st Sept 1998 in Kuala Lumpur.
- Alma mater: SJK(C) Sungai Buloh, SMK Bukit Rahman Putra, Palo Verde High School, Kolej Tingkatan Enam Desa Mahkota.
- Previously a high school exchange student in USA.
- Hip Hop dancer
- Certified Zumba fitness instructor
- Interests: Dance, music, working out, strolling in cities, traveling.
- Countries I've lived in/visited: Malaysia, USA, Singapore, Indonesia, Thailand, Taiwan

If you have any question regarding being an exchange student or you just simply want to talk, feel free to reach me at my email : enqienqi901@gmail.com or go to my Facebook | TwitterInstagram.

Tons of love, xx

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