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Laura Shin is a freelance writer living in Los Angeles. Born and raised in Ohio, Laura attended college at Stanford University in Palo Alto, California, where she wrote for The Stanford Daily, and fell in love with northern California and Stanford’s Olympic-sized swimming pool. For half a year, she also studied at Oxford University’s St. Catherine’s College — in between her frequent jaunts around Europe. After four years of reading, writing and hiking into happiness, Laura graduated from Stanford with Honors and Phi Beta Kappa with a degree in Modern Thought and Literature.
During her first year out of college, Laura taught English in Bandung, West Java, Indonesia, to spectacular elementary, middle and high school students. She also hiked in tea plantations, saw Komodo dragons, learned to SCUBA dive, traveled around Indonesia, Australia and Singapore, learned Indonesian and made lifelong friends.
After her year in the tropics, Laura moved to New York City, where she worked as an assistant producer and reporter at Newsweek.com; an editor on the technology desk at The Wall Street Journal Online; and a producer for New York Today, the arts and entertainment Web site of The New York Times. At New York Today, she managed the Real Estate and Around Town sections, creating two weekly columns for Real Estate: Apartment Envy, a popular series about New York apartments (Slate.com wrote an article about the column), and Blueprints, a regular feature on New York apartment buildings. Eventually, Laura left her job at Times Digital in favor of a freelance career, combined with yoga teaching.
Laura’s time in New York also encompassed several of the city’s subcultures. In her first two years, Laura learned to dance French swing (also known as Ceroc), salsa, merengue, swing, ballroom, such as foxtrot, rhumba, waltz, Viennese waltz, and Argentine tango. After becoming adept at all those dances, she primarily focused her energies on Argentine tango, dancing away four to six nights a week. That was until she discovered yoga and immediately plunged into learning this discipline. Eventually, Laura took a teacher-training course and began teaching classes and private clients.
Now, in addition to practicing yoga and dancing tango, Laura spends her time exploring Los Angeles, her new home, and trying its ethnic foods, from Salvadoran pupusas to Thai desserts.
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