Siyan Wang is from Wuhu, China and graduated from Haverford College with a B.S. in Mathematics. She was also living in London for seven months as an exchange student at University College London. She is now working as a Data analyst in Silicon Valley as well as holding a strong passion about technology, big data, sports, arts, education, and gender inequality. She would love to make use of her interdisciplinary and multicultural background to explore different aspects of the society. She is currently being obsessed with digging into social and cultural issues behind sports games. In her spare time, she is a traveler, a reader, a Spartan runner, a foodie, and a multilingual learner.

After losing to Nigeria 86-73 in the last FIBA World Cup game, China lost the lone Asian Olympic qualifying spot available in the World Cup. Yao Ming, the most successful Chinese basketball legend and current Chinese Basketball Association chairman, frowned and cried.