Melissa Yin ’16
I've always been fascinated by foreign policy, and Princeton's Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs drew me from halfway around the world in China to study international relations here. On campus, I pretend to be a fancy consultant with Princeton Business Volunteers, a nonprofit consulting club, and explore US-China Relations through my involvement with China Hands Magazine. In my free time (an elusive concept at Princeton), I love watching movies and wandering in art museums. Like everyone else, I juggle between the highs and lows of life in the Orange Bubble, but I hope this blog will give you a better sense of how we make this journey worthwhile.