Yuwei Huang, District Editor
Yuwei Huang is the District Editor this year. She is extremely excited to work with you all through this Key Club year. As District Editor, she publishes The Sunshine Source seasonally, so make sure to check it out when it’s posted! She attends Coral Springs Charter and was previously club editor for her home club. She joined Key Club for service hours, but stayed for all the friends she’s made.
What are your future plans after high school?
Going into college, I hope to major in computer science or engineering. Keeping my options open for the moment, and seeing where life takes me.
What is an inside joke that only your Key Club friends might only know?
Can’t think of any right now, but hopefully I get some from this Key Club year!
What is your favorite thing to watch on TV?
I watch a lot of chinese dramas, romance, thriller, mystery, the whole deal. If you ever need a recommendation, feel free to ask me!
What is your favorite color?
It changes quite often, but currently it’s green.
What is your recent obsession?
Making tiny paper stars during class and while I’m watching shows. It’s something that keeps my hands busy while I’m listening to something else and it’s been fun collecting them in a mason jar.
What is something people may not know about you?
That I can spin a fan around my fingers. I thought it was a cool skill that I took a few days to figure out. It’s a pretty cool party trick to pull out once in a while.
What are clubs or activities outside of Key Club?
I spend a lot of time singing in choir or with our acapella group, Encore. I’m also a part of NHS, SGA, and president of our Mu Alpha Theta chapter.
If you can only eat one food forever, what would it be?
I would definitely choose dumplings. They’ve got protein, vegetables, and carbs, that’s a balanced diet right?
Coffee or Tea?
Coffee, but I have to take it with a bunch of milk and sugar. I am a huge fan of bubble tea though.
Favorite all-time artist? *changed this question a little*
I can’t decide on an all-time fav, but I’ve been loving Fujii Kaze recently. He’s an amazing Japanese artist that creates a bunch of songs merging traditional Japanese music with modern beats.