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Published: May 16, 2019

Aslina Chua - Tennis Player and International Medical Student

 

Aslina-Chua online high schoolAslina Chua was an IVLA student who was able to complete her studies with IVLA while competing in tennis. Aslina attended Michigan State University, playing tennis for the school. After graduating with her bachelors in physiology, she's now attending medical school in France.

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