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

I was born in this beautiful place - Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia back in 1998 but grew up in Selangor. I went to SJK(C) Sungai Buloh for primary education and SMK Bukit Rahman Putra for secondary education. Blessed enough, I was given an opportunity to live in United States of America for 5 months back in 2016. Hosted in Las Vegas, I went to Palo Verde High School, Summerlin for a school semester as a scholarship exchange student. I'm currently studying Form 6 and taking Malaysian Higher School Certificate (STPM) at Desa Mahkota Form 6 College.

I would love to be immortal if given any chance because there is so many things to do in life. I learned a little about piano and guitar in the past but ugh I'm still terrible at musical instruments. Started dancing back in December'14, I am really proud to say that I am still working hard on it. I dream to travel solo in the future, so I've been picking up martial arts lately just in case. I've been trying to be active in volunteerism as well so if you have any volunteering event just hook me up!

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 : or go to my Facebook | TwitterInstagram.

Tons of love, xx

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