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When Winsome Lee first arrived at Shoreline from her native Hong Kong, she only knew that she had a great interest in the humanities. Taking some classes in philosophy and anthropology is where she discovered her love and passion for the subjects. Lee explained, “Life is always full of surprises they say. The way of learning is always related to ‘exploration and discovery’ and this became my motto till this day.”
While working on her Shoreline degree, Lee as a dance enthusiast, found time to participate in campus dance classes. She also interned at the Parent Child Center and worked in the campus bookstore.
She credits Shoreline with a very welcoming community. “The diverse academic program structure allowed me to explore and a taste of almost all of the areas I was interested in. The learning environment allows international students to blend in really well into the American style of learning. It serves as an extremely good preparation and foundation for the four-year university”, said Lee.
She still thinks of her coursework in humanities and especially with Kathie Hunt. She explains, “Ms. Hunt invited a Shaman from a tribe to show us some of their rituals in one of her classes. Also, a class fieldtrip included a visit to the Japanese Tea Garden in Seattle. It was another rewarding experience! These moments taught me some really valuable lessons of life, which I still hold dearly in my heart till this day.”
This past fall, Lee started her PhD with the University of Warsaw while also working as a Research Assistant at a Hong Kong University. She is also a member of a private global emergency response team working on mass disasters, as well as a project-based forensic anthropologist. As an author, she has published 5 books since 2017 regarding forensics of which some will be translated and published in other Asian countries.
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