Alita Sharon is a writer at OpenGov Asia. She has studied Psychology, Political Theory and English. She is passionate about mental health and understanding the nature of human relationships. An avid reader, her list of favourite books includes Catch-22 by Joseph Heller and Down and Out in Paris and London by George Orwell. Alita also loves writing and listening to podcasts on current affairs, culture, history and science. During her high school and college years, she often spear-headed the organisation of university events and workshops. Alita plans to pursue her higher education in International Development and Psychology.
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