Edward Zhou

Edward Zhou

Biography

Edward Zhou lives in Virginia and was born in 1998.

•  Edward's favorite school subject is civics.

•  He participates in debate and science competitions and plays tennis.

•  His favorite music is rap and his favorite book is The Hunt for Red October.

•  Edward is interested in having a career in law enforcement when he grows up.

"As a kid reporter, I would like to cover government, specifically local legislatures. [Local governments] are the ones who decide on many of the issues that directly affect people."

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