Hometown: Vancouver, BC
Languages: English, Chinese, French
Occupation: Student at Columbia University (Business Management; Ethnicity and Race Studies)
Evangeline Lou is a singer-songwriter and an undergraduate student at Columbia University in the City of New York. Growing up, she had lived in seven different cities in three different countries and had traveled to more than twenty (20+) countries around the world! While pursuing a rigorous Ivy League education with a perfect GPA, Evangeline also manages her music as an independent singer-songwriter and a live-streamer on NetEase music, one of the leading and largest Music streaming services in China. Despite Instagram, Facebook, and YouTube being blocked in China, she currently has a massive fanbase on NetEase. Her singles peaked on the Popularity Chart and Original Music Chart numerous times. In the past, she had been invited as a guest performer for many mainstream artists, won many singing competitions, and appeared in reality shows on TV. Evangeline is passionate about art and life! Evangeline is also involved in many different volunteering activities and community services. Most of the money that she earned from her music is donated to charity. She is also the founder and president of “Help Stop Bullying International Association,” with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau as the association’s “Honorary President.”
In the future, Evangeline plans to become a successful singer-songwriter in Los Angeles. She believes that the more powerful you are, the more you can provide, and the more you can help others. Therefore, Evangeline aims to learn as much as she can in one of the world’s best institutions, Columbia University, and raise more awareness of racial inequality issues. Moreover, she wishes to voice for the underrepresented minorities and express problems that should not be silent through music!