I am a freelance journalist based in Colombia, covering migration, poverty, prostitution, peace process and related topics. I previously worked at Human Rights Watch as a fellow, focusing on refugee protection issues, and at International Refugee Assistance Project as legal intern.
I studied law at the University of Michigan Law School, with a focus on international law and human rights law, including refugee law, sex equality, international human rights law, international humanitarian law, etc.
Having traveled to over 20 countries and conducted numerous field research projects, I have written for Human Rights Watch, Michigan Journal of International Law, The City Paper of Bogota, and other professor-assigned projects.
I speak fluent Chinese and English, and am currently learning Spanish.