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CHRISTINE HO

ACTIVITIES CO-COORDINATOR

activities.asst@apsasdsu.org

About Me: Hello! This is where I get to tell you all a little bit about myself. First off, I enjoy exploring, playing badminton, and just really being active. I also love drinking boba and have a tendency to tell any passing dog that I love them.

Hometown: Garden Grove, California

FAMS:

  • 2018-2019: CHaMpion

Year at SDSU: 2

Major: Kinesiology Pre-PT

Ethnicity/Ethnicities I Identify As: Vietnamese

Favorite APSA Memory: My favorite APSA memory would have to have been my first Fam Bam. I just had so much fun meeting new people and it really help create my first sense of community since I've been at state. Plus the games really brought out my competitive side against the other families. GO CHAMPIONS!

Favorite Music Genre: Pop, Rock, Alternative Rock, Indie pop. Honestly anything that sounds good.

Fun Fact: I have a mean stitch impression :3

Biggest Accomplishment: My biggest accomplishment beside getting into San Diego state would have to be that time in the 3rd grade where I able to do a half front flip in a bounce house.

What Grinds My Gears: When people litter.

Why I Chose My Position: I chose Activities Co-Coordinator because of how connective the position is. To me, the activities and icebreakers put on during APSA events plays a larger role than just fun and games, but is essentially the glue that helps members bond and connects with one another. I know this because during my time in APSA, the activities and icebreakers pushed me to talk and bond with people I probably would have never gotten the chance to talk to and this is something that I find extremely valuable for a club about connecting our different culturals. Being APSA's activities co-coordinator assistant would not only challenge me to brainstorm fun and creative activities but to also be the person that helps build bonds within the club.

You are shrunk to the height of a nickel and your mass is proportionally reduced so as to maintain your original density. You are then thrown into an empty glass blender. The blades will start moving in 60 seconds. What do you do?

Response: Climb on top of the blade as if it were a carnival ride and use the momentum of the moving blade to fly out.