My name is Hans Li and I want to welcome you to The Ohio State University and welcome you to my hometown, Columbus, Ohio.
I have been with the Wuhan to Ohio Summer Program since its inception in 2008 and started out as only a driver. Slowly I assumed more and more responsibility and am now a Program Assistant helping Mike with the day to day operations, planning and execution. I really hope that you have a wonderful and memorable trip. If there is anything I can do to make it better, please let me know!
A little about myself, I was born in Columbus, Ohio, in 1989. For several years, me and my family lived in New Zealand. While living in New Zealand, I had several opportunities to visit China and stayed in my parents hometown of Hunan, Changsha. In 2000, my family moved back to Columbus, Ohio and I finished my education at Dublin Coffman High School. I knew very early on that I wanted to follow in my father's footsteps and become a Buckeye. I applied to only one University; thankfully, I was accepted. This past May, I walked down the red carpet and was handed my diploma making me an official Ohio State University Alumni. I earned my Bachelors of Science in Aviation Engineering. I eventually plan on earning my private pilots license.
During my sophomore year of college, I became interested in breakdancing and hip-hop dancing. This interest soon blossomed into a love for dance and I began watching and imitating youtube videos. I was even asked to be in a music video for a small band in New York. I still have a lot of work to do before I can go on shows like So You Think You Can Dance, though. Another interesting fact is that I have a large hat collection. I have roughly 56 Flat-Bill Hats. Perhaps during your time you will see some of them.
Like I mentioned previously, I want you to have a wonderful, memorable, and informative time while you're with us; if there is anything I can do to make sure it happens, please let me know. If you have any questions, feel free to ask. If you want to have a dance battle, I'll have my boombox ready.