About Me:Hailed from a small village in Sangau, Mizoram, located in the boarder zone between India and Myanmar, I grew up breathing the most purest air under the roof of the earth. The beautiful scenery of my village and the tranquil environment I grow up with is what shape my path to be the lover of nature, hence a goal to become environmentalist in the future. Being studied in an Liberal Arts university is yet another turning point in my life to connects the dots and holes of every field, trying to make sense the connection of politics, economics, science, media, from evolution to human rights in midst of the world we live in today. So I broaden up my thinking, my analyzing from fairy cage to the reality of diverse this world. Now I can not simple enjoy the peaceful vicinity of my hometown and the nature of how I view the world is alter.
Studying in a third year undergraduate students at Asian University for Women, Chittagong, Bangladesh, I plan to graduate with Environmental Science as a major and Developmental Studies as my minor. I believe that every living being despite of our gender is given a privilege that comes along with certain duties and obligation either as a student, a daughter, a politician or activist. To unlock the barriers, to be the ice breaker and be the first generation to be the whistle blower of our society and belief's norms, you do not need to born as a male or as a dominant gender. But being ourselves is beautiful enough to stand on our own feet and walk towards the crowd.
My Passions:Become an environmentalist and helping my community by bridging gab between the grass-root level and the government
My Challenges:Too much emotional, Active listener
My Vision for the Future:To have a sovereign state of our own with united in Peace.