I was born in 1993 in Naples, although for study I moved to the beautiful Bologna, which I now consider a kind of second home.
I have a master’s degree in International Relations and, being a tireless curious person, I sought to constantly widen my spectrum of interests and experiences: I am strongly passionated about international cooperation and mobility, realms that I’ve being trying to cultivate both privately, as a volunteer at the Bologna university section of Amnesty International Italia, and professionally, doing an internship at the Projects Management Office of an Italian NGO.
My passion for the Chinese language and culture have always been the distinctive element of my academic path. I did an internship at the Consulate General of Italy in Chongqing, in southwestern China, an experience that made me even more passionate about this millenary culture, fully convinced that my future is oriented towards this direction.
I am a firm supporter of debate and exchange; I love to travel, broaden horizons, tear apart mental barriers; my own personal mantra is a Chinese idiom: 好事多磨, the road to happiness is strewn with obstacles.