Xiaoyu Wang

Xiaoyu Wang is a MAPH student in art history at the University of Chicago whose thesis concerns the Vietnam Veterans Memorial. Their research interests include affect theory, Foucauldian theory, and questions of confinement and the nature of freedom, as mediated by immersive aesthetic experiences.

I originally sought out academic editing services because I wanted my thesis to be more fluent and professional.

I have to say, Mika is the best proofreader I have ever met. She is very professional, patient, efficient, and always responds quickly. Working with her, I no longer have to panic because she always gives me such thoughtful suggestions. Thanks to her, I have become far more confident in my writing.

In my case, Mika helped me complete my graduate thesis, which was really important for me. It was a big project, and at the time we were working together, I was still adding and subtracting content, so she needed to proofread my drafts repeatedly. But she always gave me timely and effective feedback, which supported me in producing a paper I could be proud of.

I think it has been incredibly important to find someone who is so professional and responsible. You can feel this from every email communication. I really appreciate Mika’s help — not only her professional advice, but also her encouragement, which I think was essential for me during the final sprint.

Mika, I really appreciate your hard work and helpful comments! You did a really amazing job providing so much feedback and guidelines! I can’t tell how much I appreciate your help! Thank you so much!

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