Loan Kim PHAM

Business student, with experience in sales and customer service.

Welcome to my portfolio


Hi everyone! My name is Kim and I am a learner at heart. I'm a Vietnamese girl born and based in Paris.
I am currently a second year Student at EBS Paris and a Cashier at a luxury brand so I have some experience in sales and customer service.
I love learning new languages, cooking and watching movies all day long. I would love to study and work overseas.
My utmost goal right now is to find an internship in Singapore and also to be accepted in Kyunghee University in Seoul, South Korea for a semester.
I am in San Francisco at the moment as part of a school trip.
We're discovering and learning what and how Silicon Valley's start-ups are as successful as they are.


Do check out my resume: I'm always motivated, so hit me up if you're interested!

I need help!

I will be available starting from June to January 2019 for an internship in Singapore.

If you have an offer or know someone who does, I'm confident I'll be useful.

Or, if you just feel fancy saying hey, do get in touch with me.

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Some topics I'm interested in

Who Is Most Likely to be a Crime Victim?

In one of the National Crime Victimization Survey that the Bureau of Justice Statistics conducted, where Americans of twelve years old and older share their experiences with crime, we can see that violent victimization is on the decline, the same goes for property crimes; black people, teens and young adults are more likely to be victims of violence. What's surprising is that according to the survey, males and low-income people are also likely victims.


Grammys Boss Comments Women Should 'Step Up' If They Want To Win Awards

The singer P!nk is voicing her opinion on what the head of the Grammys said about women stepping up if they want to win awards. This comes following the award as people realized how very few women won big awards. Lorde, Rihanna and Alessia Cara were the only ones while Ed Sheeran won against four women nominees for instance.


2018 Will Be The Year of Women

Even though 2017 was a rough year for women, who saw the election of Donald Trump in the US, rights and benefits such as Planned Parenthood threatened and many sexual harassment cases surfacing, women from around the world are coming together to show just how much power and voice they have, and how the blame on women should stop.


Some pictures of Paris and San Francisco