Martine Dirkzwager Wu
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With a keen interest in philosophy and cultural anthropology, Martine is researching how Eastern countries' pasts, traditions, myths and philosophies influence their approaches to digitalization. She is simultaneously working on her bachelor's degree in Philosophy, Politics and Economics at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, and expects to graduate in the summer of 2022. Intrigued by the many opportunities, she has set her heart on pursuing a career in this interdisciplinary field, ideally at the intersection of art, philosophy and technology.

With a keen interest in philosophy and cultural anthropology, Martine is researching how Eastern countries' pasts, traditions, myths and philosophies influence their approaches to digitalization. She is simultaneously working on her bachelor's degree in Philosophy, Politics and Economics at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, and expects to graduate in the summer of 2022. Intrigued by the many opportunities, she has set her heart on pursuing a career in this interdisciplinary field, ideally at the intersection of art, philosophy and technology.

With a keen interest in philosophy and cultural anthropology, Martine is researching how Eastern countries' pasts, traditions, myths and philosophies influence their approaches to digitalization. She is simultaneously working on her bachelor's degree in Philosophy, Politics and Economics at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, and expects to graduate in the summer of 2022. Intrigued by the many opportunities, she has set her heart on pursuing a career in this interdisciplinary field, ideally at the intersection of art, philosophy and technology.

With a keen interest in philosophy and cultural anthropology, Martine is researching how Eastern countries' pasts, traditions, myths and philosophies influence their approaches to digitalization. She is simultaneously working on her bachelor's degree in Philosophy, Politics and Economics at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, and expects to graduate in the summer of 2022. Intrigued by the many opportunities, she has set her heart on pursuing a career in this interdisciplinary field, ideally at the intersection of art, philosophy and technology.

With a keen interest in philosophy and cultural anthropology, Martine is researching how Eastern countries' pasts, traditions, myths and philosophies influence their approaches to digitalization. She is simultaneously working on her bachelor's degree in Philosophy, Politics and Economics at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, and expects to graduate in the summer of 2022. Intrigued by the many opportunities, she has set her heart on pursuing a career in this interdisciplinary field, ideally at the intersection of art, philosophy and technology.

With a keen interest in philosophy and cultural anthropology, Martine is researching how Eastern countries' pasts, traditions, myths and philosophies influence their approaches to digitalization. She is simultaneously working on her bachelor's degree in Philosophy, Politics and Economics at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, and expects to graduate in the summer of 2022. Intrigued by the many opportunities, she has set her heart on pursuing a career in this interdisciplinary field, ideally at the intersection of art, philosophy and technology.

With a keen interest in philosophy and cultural anthropology, Martine is researching how Eastern countries' pasts, traditions, myths and philosophies influence their approaches to digitalization. She is simultaneously working on her bachelor's degree in Philosophy, Politics and Economics at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, and expects to graduate in the summer of 2022. Intrigued by the many opportunities, she has set her heart on pursuing a career in this interdisciplinary field, ideally at the intersection of art, philosophy and technology.

With a keen interest in philosophy and cultural anthropology, Martine is researching how Eastern countries' pasts, traditions, myths and philosophies influence their approaches to digitalization. She is simultaneously working on her bachelor's degree in Philosophy, Politics and Economics at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, and expects to graduate in the summer of 2022. Intrigued by the many opportunities, she has set her heart on pursuing a career in this interdisciplinary field, ideally at the intersection of art, philosophy and technology.

With a keen interest in philosophy and cultural anthropology, Martine is researching how Eastern countries' pasts, traditions, myths and philosophies influence their approaches to digitalization. She is simultaneously working on her bachelor's degree in Philosophy, Politics and Economics at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, and expects to graduate in the summer of 2022. Intrigued by the many opportunities, she has set her heart on pursuing a career in this interdisciplinary field, ideally at the intersection of art, philosophy and technology.

With a keen interest in philosophy and cultural anthropology, Martine is researching how Eastern countries' pasts, traditions, myths and philosophies influence their approaches to digitalization. She is simultaneously working on her bachelor's degree in Philosophy, Politics and Economics at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, and expects to graduate in the summer of 2022. Intrigued by the many opportunities, she has set her heart on pursuing a career in this interdisciplinary field, ideally at the intersection of art, philosophy and technology.

With a keen interest in philosophy and cultural anthropology, Martine is researching how Eastern countries' pasts, traditions, myths and philosophies influence their approaches to digitalization. She is simultaneously working on her bachelor's degree in Philosophy, Politics and Economics at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, and expects to graduate in the summer of 2022. Intrigued by the many opportunities, she has set her heart on pursuing a career in this interdisciplinary field, ideally at the intersection of art, philosophy and technology.

With a keen interest in philosophy and cultural anthropology, Martine is researching how Eastern countries' pasts, traditions, myths and philosophies influence their approaches to digitalization. She is simultaneously working on her bachelor's degree in Philosophy, Politics and Economics at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, and expects to graduate in the summer of 2022. Intrigued by the many opportunities, she has set her heart on pursuing a career in this interdisciplinary field, ideally at the intersection of art, philosophy and technology.

With a keen interest in philosophy and cultural anthropology, Martine is researching how Eastern countries' pasts, traditions, myths and philosophies influence their approaches to digitalization. She is simultaneously working on her bachelor's degree in Philosophy, Politics and Economics at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, and expects to graduate in the summer of 2022. Intrigued by the many opportunities, she has set her heart on pursuing a career in this interdisciplinary field, ideally at the intersection of art, philosophy and technology.

Martine Dirkzwager Wu

With a keen interest in philosophy and cultural anthropology, Martine is researching how Eastern countries' pasts, traditions, myths and philosophies influence their approaches to digitalization. She is simultaneously working on her bachelor's degree in Philosophy, Politics and Economics at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, and expects to graduate in the summer of 2022. Intrigued by the many opportunities, she has set her heart on pursuing a career in this interdisciplinary field, ideally at the intersection of art, philosophy and technology.

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