Angelo Shimada: An immortal traversing this mortal world, Angelo Shimada has always striven to find challenges in life. After graduating Cum Laude from Harvard University, he found life just a little bit too easy to live, so he dedicated himself to complete a herculean task- gather all knowledge in this world, even if knowledge is infinite.
Kaycel Carlem: An immigrant from the Philippines who attended Harvard Medical School to become a psychologist, Kaycel Carlem has never lost sight of her roots. Her mere presence soothes the heart and soul. She frequently visits the impoverished of the Phillipines in order to give educational opportunities to the orphans and to create job openings for the adults.
Tom Huang: As an Asian American who attended Harvard School of Engineering, Tom Huang is a multilingual pacifist, seeking to ease the worlds problems with compromise, peace, and the occasional monkey wrench. Being extremely gifted in computer programming, he frequently hacks the hackers to bring in revenue for the CIA.
Art Medina: Challenged by the prospects of being abandoned by his birth parents, Art Medina stunned the orphanage after comprehending, and teaching, Einstein's Theory of Relativity at age five. After graduating from Harvard School of Applied Sciences at age 12, he went on to study in remote areas of India in order to feed his ravenous appetite for abstract scientific theories.
Bryan Luong: Growing up with comics such as Superman and Batman, Bryan Luong believed that he was a superhero as well- LuongMan. Thus, he grew up with a strong sense of justice, as well as a fear of kryptonite. After graduating from Harvard Law School, he went on to serve as a Supreme Court Justice, and swore to never allow evil to run rampant in the world, for he was LuongMan.
Angie Chung: Growing up on the streets of Harlem, Angie Chung has needed to scrape by a living- by flattering all around her to obtain jobs, be paid, then leave. She demonstrated such extraordinary language skills that she cajoled her way into attending Harvard Business School, then graduating Summa Cum Laude. Now with both her powers of persuasion, as well as her doctorate in business, Angie set out to start a new Renaissance- not just in Harlem, but around the world, to educate all in ending war, in encouraging peace, and most of all, to teach to speak.
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