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TOEFL® Scholarship Winners

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TOEFL® Scholarships are awarded to outstanding students from all over the world and help them to fulfill their dream of studying at the university/college of their choice. We would like to congratulate our TOEFL Scholarship winners and wish them the very best as they take the next step toward realizing their educational goals.

2012 Winners
Destination: Australia
Destination: Canada
Destination: China
Destination: Europe
Destination: Korea
Destination: Singapore
Destination: United Kingdom
Destination: United States
2011 Winners
Destination: Australia
Destination: Canada
Destination: Europe
Destination: Hong Kong
Destination: Japan
Destination: United Kingdom
Destination: United States
Ziwei Cheng, Beijing (US$1,500)

Pursuing a bachelor's degree in chemical and biomolecular engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology.
Extracurricular activities: Playing the violin, traveling, reading books, chemistry study club and choir.
Country of study: The United States because Cheng feels it has the best research-centered colleges in the world.
Goal in 5–10 years: Wants to do lab research focused on organic synthesis. Believes that by developing more effective catalysts and adopting new synthetic methods, medicines of higher quality, which are more cost-effective and have reduced side effects, can be developed.
Peisong Cong, Shanghai (US$1,500)

Pursuing a master's in management science and engineering from Stanford University.
Extracurricular activities: Drama, soccer and the student union.
Country of study: The United States because Cong believes that it is the most developed country in the world.
Goal in 5–10 years: Work for a mature company to get more experience, accumulate capital and learn how to run a business. Wants to be an entrepreneur.
Xiaoxing Cui, Beijing (US$1,500)

Pursuing a master's of science in public health from The Johns Hopkins University, Bloomberg.
Extracurricular activities: Reading English novels, swimming and listening to music, doing Occupation Health Studies, providing translations for projects, Class President, Representative of Peking University, Harvard Project for Asian and International Relations, English tutor, President of Department of Publicity, Student Psychology Club of PKUHSC.
Country of study: The United States because Cui believes that it houses leading graduate schools in public health and encourages biomedicine research and practice in the form of generous funding from both the government and private enterprise.
Goal in 5–10 years: Return to China and work in an academic or international institution. Wants to do research and translate new scientific discoveries into intervention strategies in order to improve the health of the working population.
Ni Dong, Tianjin (US$1,500)

Pursuing a postgraduate degree in English education from the Teachers College, Columbia University.
Extracurricular activities: Student union and drama club.
Country of study: The United States because Dong believes that the United States will help further her academic goals and endeavors.
Goal in 5–10 years: Seek out ways to teach English to adults who appear to be the most challenging students in language learning because of their deteriorating language learning competence. Wants to develop a personalized theory specifically in reference to that problem.
Ying Du, Beijing (US$1,500)

Pursuing a postgraduate degree in international educational development from the Teachers College, Columbia University.
Extracurricular activities: University radio station, student union, Model United Nations, debate team and Irish dancing.
Country of study: The United States because Du believes that it has many world-renowned graduate schools. Du also believes that attending graduate school in America will be an unforgettable and intellectually-challenging experience.
Goal in 5–10 years: Become an education practitioner and lead meaningful changes in inter-cultural education exchange between China and other countries in the world. Wants to promote cross-cultural dialogues and youth development through international education.
Yujie Duo, Beijing (US$5,000)

Pursuing a master's degree in language and literacy from Harvard Graduate School of Education.
Extracurricular activities: Commissioner, Academic Commission of the Student Union, Monitor, Class 3 of the English Department, Organizer, 5th Beijing Intercollegiate English Movie Dubbing Contest.
Country of study: The United States because Duo believes it has a fascinating culture, a democratic political system and the spirit and motivation embodied in the "American Dream".
Goal in 5–10 years: Be an ESL/EFL teacher and a researcher on bilingual literacy. Wants to pursue linguistics theories, curriculum: design, language acquisition and pedagogy to help enhance Chinese students' language proficiency as well as their cognitive ability.
Yiwei Gu, Beijing (US$1,500)

Pursuing a master's in financial engineering from Columbia University.
Extracurricular activities: Rural Healthcare Investigation, Student Research Training Program, Business Negotiation Competition, and debate team.
Country of study: The United States because Gu believes it offers the best education.
Goal in 5–10 years: Become a quantitative analyst in an investment bank or a hedge fund, to master skills necessary in asset pricing, portfolio construction and risk management.
Xun Ji, Nanjing, Jiangsu (US$1,500)

Pursuing a postgraduate degree in social science and comparative education from the University of California, Los Angeles.
Extracurricular activities: Any activity that contributes to promotions of disability awareness and rights.
Country of study: The United States because Ji believes that the United States is a friendly, open and accessible country without discrimination.
Goal in 5–10 years: Wants to be an author and an educational specialist. Hopes to provide educational opportunities for students from diverse backgrounds, especially for socially and historically underrepresented students.
Fanfei Kong, Nanjing, Jiangsu (US$1,500)

Pursuing a master of education in language and literacy from Harvard University.
Extracurricular activities: Student Union and volunteer activities.
Country of study: The United States because Kong believes that the United States is known for its leading quality of higher education worldwide.
Goal in 5–10 years: Wants to be a Chinese teacher for two to three years in the United States and then wants to focus on the early literacy learning and language acquisition for bilingual learners of Chinese origin in the United States. Eventually wants to return to China and be an English teacher.
Luxiang Li, Shanghai (US$1,500)

Pursuing a postgraduate degree in regional studies East Asia from Harvard University.
Extracurricular activities: Research activities.
Country of study: The United States because Li visited the United States at age 16 and feels a strong personal tie to the country.
Goal in 5–10 years: Wants to teach as well as do research in Asia. Wants to promote a better understanding of East Asian social change within a global perspective.
Yi Li, Shanghai (US$1,500)

Pursuing a postgraduate degree in public policy and management from Carnegie Mellon University.
Extracurricular activities: Fudan journal editors club, events department of students' youth league, club committee, and minister of class.
Country of study: The United States because Li believes the United States provides very good educational opportunities.
Goal in 5–10 years: Study public policies of China and become an official in the Chinese government or a researcher in related institutions such as the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences.
Yihua Li, Beijing (US$1,500)

Pursuing a postgraduate degree in architecture at Cornell University.
Extracurricular activities: Traveling and student union.
Country of study: The United States because Li believes that it has a rigorous academic environment.
Goal in 5–10 years: Wants to focus on sustainability within the architecture discipline. Plans to go to Europe to study landscape architecture and to observe the great European cities and buildings.
Li Lin, Guangzhou (US$1,500)

Pursuing a master's in electrical engineering from Yale University.
Extracurricular activities: Class President and director of volunteer affairs in the department of optical engineering.
Country of study: The United States because Lin believes that United States universities are engaging in the most cutting-edge research in electrical engineering.
Goal in 5–10 years: Work as a research & development engineer to gather experience about project and product management and to apply that knowledge in public administration to improve the efficiency of organizations.
Mengmeng Liu, Jinan (US$1,500)

Pursuing a master's in management studies from the Fuqua School of Business, Duke University.
Extracurricular activities: Campus coordinator of Junior Achievement China (NGO) and head of public relations department, Student Career Development Association.
Country of study: The United States because Liu enjoys the American way of life and wants to pursue a master's degree in the United States.
Goal in 5–10 years: Become an equity research analyst, providing stock recommendations and earnings estimates to institutional investors.
Mi Luo, Beijing (US$1,500)

Pursuing a Ph.D. in economics from New York University.
Extracurricular activities: Swimming, watching movies, vice president of Out-Going Exchange Department and vice president of External Relations Department, Youth Elevation Association, Peking University.
Country of study: The United States because Luo feels that it is the best place for economics training and research.
Goal in 5–10 years: To work as a faculty member at an economics department of a university and also to help others better understand the world and themselves. Wants to help disadvantaged children.
Jingnan Peng, Beijing (US$1,500)

Pursuing a bachelor's degree in literature from Yale University.
Extracurricular activities: Book club, making short films and work at the school's television station.
Country of study: The United States because Peng believes that it has a good number of world renowned colleges and it is a center of the world.
Goal in 5–10 years: Wants to work as a scholar on humanities and part-time as an artist. Would like to master four languages and travel freely between cultures.
Shuo Shan, Beijing (US$1,500)

Pursuing a bachelor's degree in biology from Cornell University.
Extracurricular activities: Student government, choir, Roots and Shoots club and Model United Nations.
Country of study: The United States because Shan believes that universities in the United States are defining a truly liberal and vital higher education, which enables students to become responsible and socially aware members of the global community.
Goal in 5–10 years: Wants to start a biomedical company that produces efficient medicines, and make them affordable to everyone.
Yining Tian, Hangzhou (US$1,500)

Pursuing a master's in business and finance from the University of Maryland.
Extracurricular activities: Debate team, student union, student career development association, youth volunteer center and badminton.
Country of study: The United States because Tian believes that the United States has been instrumental in the foundation of modern finance, as well as in shaping the global capital market and a leader in analytical finance.
Goal in 5–10 years: Be a professional risk analyst in financial planning and wealth management companies. Wants to work in a financial regulatory institution in China. Hopes to contribute to a healthy and mature capital market, thus promoting China's economy and promoting the welfare of the Chinese people.
Duo Wan, Chongqing (US$1,500)

Pursuing a postgraduate degree in language and literacy from the Harvard Graduate School of Education.
Extracurricular activities: Student clubs including student ambassador, youth volunteer association and student president.
Country of study: The United States because Wan enjoys the academic environment and the culture of the United States.
Goal in 5–10 years: Become a language educator in China combining the field's best practices with current research and theories. Hopes to become an influential language education policymaker in the Ministry of Education and an agent of progressive change in the education system in China.
Yanyue Wang, Shenyang (US$1,500)

Pursuing a bachelor's degree in environmental studies from the University of California, Berkeley.
Extracurricular activities: Volunteering, student union, drama, speech.
Country of study: The United States because Wang believes it has excellent academic resources.
Goal in 5–10 years: Wants to start an environmental organization and try to solve environmental problems. Hopes to organize an internet platform for environmentalists to exchange ideas and organize activities as well as discuss ways to save the environment and form a united force against climate downturn.
Yanzi Wu, Suzhou (US$1,500)

Pursuing a bachelor's degree in applied mathematics from the University of Virginia.
Extracurricular activities: Playing the guitar, running, librarian, chief of music department, hostess and producer of school radio station, designing, creating school posters and participating in debates.
Country of study: The United States because Wu would like to learn about and experience the American culture.
Goal in 5–10 years: Wants to research and study polar bears and their habitats, and find ways to deal with the tough situation faced by not only the polar bears but also humanity at large.
Zhuofei Xu, Beijing (US$1,500)

Pursuing a bachelor's in urban studies from Brown University.
Extracurricular activities: Student government, Model United Nations, founder of Qunying Club.
Country of study: The United States because Xu believes that the United States provides an environment to get to know people from different backgrounds as well as a liberal education. Xu also feels that the United States has excellent internship programs that combine theory with practice.
Goal in 5–10 years: Would like to start an architecture and urban planning firm, which will be devoted to designing affordable housing in developing countries and building healthy communities in cities. Hopes to cooperate with the United Nations Development and Progress Department and take part in United Nations post-disaster reconstruction missions.
Yuan Xue, Chengdu (US$1,500)

Pursuing a master's in economics from Duke University.
Extracurricular activities: Reading, writing, listening to music, Peking University Enrollment Propaganda Committee Leader, volunteer for Peking University Center for Health Economics and volleyball.
Country of study: The United States because Xue believes that the United States has an excellent higher education system.
Goal in 5–10 years: Become a faculty member in a university. Return to China since Finance is an emerging subject there and systematically trained professors are in need. Help individual investors with their investment decisions for they are always at a disadvantage compared with institutional investors.
Hui Zeng, Beijing (US$1,500)

Pursuing a juris doctorate in labor law from New York University.
Extracurricular activities: Singing, swimming, Model United Nations, and moot court law competition.
Country of study: The United States because Zeng believes it has a more mature legal system which other countries can learn from.
Goal in 5–10 years: Work at Zhicheng Legal Aid Center as a public interest lawyer. Wants to improve the Chinese labor law system. Also hopes to work with public interest lawyers, law school students and government schools to offer legal workshops and conferences in underprivileged communities.
Han Zhang, Hong Kong (US$1,500)

Pursuing a Ph.D. in economics from Indiana University, Bloomington.
Extracurricular activities: Reading, writing, practicing Chinese calligraphy, member of the Chinese Society for hard-pen calligraphers, singing, working out.
Country of study: The United States because Zhang believes that the United States is a prominent destination for research in economics, and provides the best training and education to future economists.
Goal in 5–10 years: Become an academic economist working at a research institution. Hopes to further the development of China and save more people from poverty.
Yiwen Zheng, Chengdu (US$1,500)

Pursuing a bachelor's degree in East Asian studies from Stanford University.
Extracurricular activities: Participating in volunteer activities like setting up art shows, coaching juniors and setting up the oracle bones study club.
Country of study: The United States because with passion and perseverance Zheng's dreams can be realized in the United States.
Goal in 5–10 years: Teach East Asian art and culture in universities or academic organizations in cities around the world.
Gaayathry Ravikumar, Chennai (US$10,000)

Pursuing a master's degree in chemical engineering specializing in product development from University of California, Berkeley.
Extracurricular activities: Music, dancing, painting, volleyball, member of The Chromatographic Society of India, Chemical Engineering Association, Student Council, Vice President of the Fine Arts Society — National Institutes of Technology (NIT).
Country of study: The United States because UC Berkeley offers a course in product development which is Ravikumar's chosen field of interest.
Goal in 5–10 years: Work in product development toward cost-efficient manufacturing, making quality products available to every segment of society. Intends to start an organization called, 'Akansha' for educating and rehabilitating the underpriviledged.
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Karanveer Mohan, New Delhi (US$5,000)

Pursuing a bachelor's degree in computer science from Stanford University.
Extracurricular activities: Organizing various mathematical and IT symposiums, mathematical quizzes and puzzles, writing light verse, theater, chess, puzzle solving, is a member of MENSA as well as the theater club, math society, math club and computer club.
Country of study: The United States because of the flexibility it offers. Although Mohan wishes to pursue computer science as his major, he has always wanted to study history and philosophy. He feels that studying these subjects will help him deepen his knowledge in computer science with a comprehensive world view.
Goal in 5–10 years: Work in the field of machine vision and artificial intelligence. He sees a world where every face is stored in a database — where image retrieval and matching are highly efficient.
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Iqra Anugrah, Oita (US$4,000)

Pursuing a masters of arts in political science at Ohio University.
Extracurricular activities: Involved in student activism, student journalism, and academic conferences, seminars and symposia. Active in a number of student organizations, including the Indonesian Students' Association in Japan and its affiliated institutions.
Country of study: The United States because Anugrah believes the United States has rigorous academic traditions and a sociopolitical environment which encourages students to be socially concerned and put theories into practice.
Goal in 5–10 years: Wants to enhance the collegial spirit among social and political scientists in Indonesia and establish the Indonesian Journal of Political Science as one of the most referred journals for social and political science in Indonesia and Southeast Asia. Set up a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) that focuses on grassroots politics and education, to promote citizen participation in the political process.
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Daiki Itoh, Tokyo (US$4,000)

Pursuing a graduate degree in computer science and architecture from Carnegie Mellon University.
Extracurricular activities: President of the Science and Technology Leadership Association, participates in science forums, summits, conferences and symposiums.
Country of study: The United States because Itoh believes it has an environment of competitiveness, its human network and its culture of being encouraged to try new things and push boundaries.
Goal in 5–10 years: Provide a universal digital product to all demographics, including rural areas, hospitals and developing countries.
Keisuke Kitamura, Tokyo (US$4,000)

Pursuing a masters of public administration with concentration in economic development from Columbia University.
Extracurricular activities: International law moot court competition.
Country of study: The United States because Kitamura believes that the most distinguished public administration programs are offered in United States schools.
Goal in 5–10 years: Help developing countries achieve self-sustaining economic growth, help improve social infrastructure and promote large-scale job creation.
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Maki Nakata, Tokyo (US$4,000)

Pursuing a master's degree in international business with a focus on marketing and human securities at The Fletcher School, Tufts University.
Extracurricular activities: Pro-bono activities with various Non Profit Organizations (NPOs)
Country of study: The United States because Nakata believes it has high academic standards in graduate education.
Goal in 5–10 years: Wants to establish a business model that connects the developing and developed nations and minimize the economic gap between the two.
Ling-Ya Chao, Taipei (US$3,000)

Pursuing a bachelor's degree from Harvard University.
Extracurricular activities: Swimming, dance, table tennis, speech, designing websites, math club and activities manager.
Country of study: The United States because Chao believes it has great cultural diversity.
Goal in 5–10 years: Would like to build connections between United States and Taiwan's colleges. Through distance learning, students will be able to attend courses that are not taught in their original school, as well as interact with foreign students and exchange cultural ideas through discussion and cooperation.
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Yi-Jou Chiang, Taipei (US$3,000)

Pursuing a degree in public policy from Harvard University.
Extracurricular activities: Swimming, campus tour guide, community service, public speaking and student government president.
Country of study: The United States because Chiang believes that the American education system motivates students to think actively and cultivates creativity.
Goal in 5–10 years: Hopes to combine public speaking and law. Wants to work with nonprofit organizations in America such as: Habitat for Humanity® and the American Red Cross.
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Daisy (Yan Ju) Chung, Kaohsiung (US$3,000)

Pursuing a bachelor's degree in biology from Rice University.
Extracurricular activities: Playing tennis, jogging, basketball, playing the violin and the dizi, baking and drawing.
Country of study: The United States because of its cultural diversity. Looks forward to making friends with people from different backgrounds.
Goal in 5–10 years: Aspires to become a scientific researcher in biology-related fields. Wants to conserve and record the native species of Taiwan and to share its amazing ecology with others. Also hopes to combine biology and art by becoming a scientific illustrator. Wants to illustrate biology books for young learners.
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Hsin-Yuan Peng, Hsinchu County (US$3,000)

Pursuing a bachelor's degree in cinema studies from New York University.
Extracurricular activities: Writing and watching films, Model United Nations and poetry club.
Country of study: The United States because Peng believes strongly in the American education system.
Goal in 5–10 years: Wants to become a film scholar specializing in Asian cinema and to understand and more systematically promote films from Taiwan as a contribution to our community.

 

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