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Vasilisa Lestanowa (Russian: Василиса Лестанова, alias Vasya Lestanowa, Vietnamese: Lưu Hồng Úy, Japanese: りゅうこういRyū Kōi, Korean: 류홍위 Ryu Hong-wi), is a Wikipedia user originally from Sâm Châu, China and currently residing in Hessen, Germany.
While Vasilisa is biologically male, they are comfortable with both masculine and feminine pronouns.
Vasilisa is deeply passionate about linguistics, with a particular focus on languages in East and Southeast Asia, as well as languages in Africa. Currently, their research centers around rGyalrong, Kissi, Naxi, Ket and Tangut languages. They plan to contribute to and enhance articles related to these languages on the Wiktionary project.
Additionally, Vasilisa finds inspiration in Russian and Soviet music and literature. While they acknowledge and accept criticism of the Soviet Union as a social democrat, they do not endorse all defamatory statements made about it.
Vasilisa completed her bachelor's degree in Chemistry at Cất Lâm University, Trường Xuân from 2013 to 2017 and is currently pursuing a Master's degree with a major in Chemistry. As a theoretical chemist, they are dedicated to research in Physics and Chemistry, particularly in the field of Theoretical Chemistry. However, they also have a keen interest in Biochemistry and Pharmacy.
Vasilisa is a polyglot. She is fluent in German, English and Russian, as well as several Chinese dialects. Additionally, she is actively learning Japanese, Korean, Esperanto, and several other languages and dialects.