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Having studied various subjects at Brown and Brandeis universities and graduated with honors from Rhode Island School of Design, Chaoqun Wang comes from a rich academic pedigree. But it’s the Shanghai native’s geographic exposure that she believes gives her a wholly unique perspective.
“Moving in between countries that share polar opposite social values, [my] personal cross-cultural challenges inspire [me] to utilize design to bridge the gap in shared human experience,” she writes. “[I] believe that visual culture and humanity are interconnected.”