So, what have you guys been doing with your lives?
According to AsiaOne, these identical twins from China became famous on social media for graduating from one of the most high-ranking universities in the United States. I mean, I can see why!
23-year-old sisters, Sun Yumeng and Sun Yutong just completed their graduate degrees in Education from Harvard University only one year after completing their undergraduate degrees in Shanghai.
With sweet faces and equally charming smiles, the twins have won the internet over with their beauty and brains.
According to People’s Daily Online, Yumeng and Yutong hail from Jiangsu, Nanjing and spent their junior and senior high school years in the Nanjing Foreign Language School.
What’s even more surprising is that they were bodybuilders at one point.
Whoa, we couldn’t tell!
The girls joined their high school’s bodybuilding team and ended up winning national-level competitions together!
The twins have been impressing Chinese netizens since last year when news of them both getting into Harvard University surfaced online.
Now, at just 23 years old, the twins already have graduate degrees from one of the most prestigious schools in the world!
Although the sisters haven’t revealed their plans for the future, the world is definitely their oyster.
We wish these gorgeous sisters the best of luck in their careers, although we’re sure they don’t need it!
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