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10 Questions with Zhenbao Tan

Zhenbao Tan is a sophomore

Question:  How do you feel about Kerr overall?

Answer: I regret coming, but I don’t regret being here. The reason why I regret coming here is because the workload is intense and the environment is competitive.

Q: What would you do if the internet didn’t exist?

A: I would be reading books and go to the library more often.

Q: What body’s parts that you wouldn’t mind losing?

A: My picky toe and it is because I keep on stubbing it.

Q:  What do you think would be the hardest thing for you to give up? Why?

A: I think the hardest thing to give up is my feelings. I can’t give that up because it defines who I am.

Q: Who inspires you? Why?

A: Myself, I believe that no one sees the world as I do.

Q: What is the weirdest scar you have and how did you get it?

A: There is a scar on my forehead from falling on a stairway in China when I was a kid.

Q: If you could trade your life with one person for an entire day who would it be and why?

A: I would trade my life with Trevor who is an alumni from Kerr because he is a role model.

Q: What is something you’ve always wanted to try but have been too scared to try?

A:  If I could try something that scares me the most, it would be skydiving.

Q: What are your favorite physical attributes about yourself?

A:  My favorite physical attribute is my mouth because I talk a lot and I like to talk.

Q: Tell me about the best vacation you’ve ever taken? Why was it fun?

A:  When I went on a trip around part of China. I love the trip because the trip had all my family members, so it was memorable.

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