Andrew Liang

Andrew Liang

Biography

Andrew Liang lives in Georgia and was born in 1998.


•    Andrew is a Student Council member in his school.

•    He is also a key member of his school's Academic Quiz Bowl Team and a pianist in the jazz ensemble.

•    Andrew has been playing golf for as long as he can remember.

•    A concert chorister of the Georgia Boy Choir, he has toured the U.S., Czech Republic, Austria, Germany, Italy, and England; he has sung in the Golden Hall of the Musikverein in Vienna.

•    One of Andrew's dreams is to become CEO of a Fortune 500 company.


"My dream is to go to Harvard University and to study Law or Business. I hope that with hard work, I will achieve my dreams."

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