FARDEEN SHEIKH

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Place of Origin: Stockholm, Sweden

      Fardeen Sheikh is 19 years old, and he has travelled the world at a very young age. Before moving to Atlanta, he’s lived around Europe and the Middle East. He has an older brother who lives in Massachusetts. Sheikh enjoys watching movies, drinking inordinate amounts of coffee, photography, writing and drawing–even with his best attempts–stick figures. He speaks Bengali, Hindi, French, English and Swedish, while learning a bunch of new things in his free time.

What animal would you be, and why?

I would be a goldfish, because I don’t know when to stop eating.

Fav. Quote [optional]: “People where you live, the little prince said, grow five thousand roses in one garden… Yet they don’t find what they’re looking for… And yet what they’re looking for could be found in a single rose.”  –Antoine de Saint-Exupéry

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