Miu Liwan

Miu Liwan
Age 27 (Current year, 2415)
Human, Chinese/Japanese (23C-AoY OOC)
Born on Earth, Roppongi Japan
Height: 5’6
Hair: Short black with blond streaks
Build: Petite, muscular toned
(in game id @racerxinfinite)

Current Rank: Lieutenant Commander
Current Posting: Tactical Ops / Security USS San Jacinto
CO: Captain Aaron Parsons



Pre-Service History

Age 18 / 2406 [cadet]
Entered Star Fleet Academy.
Major fields of study were along the Tactical track. Having studied Chinese Fencing since early childhood she excelled in melee combat.

Age 22 / 2410 [ensign]
Graduated with typical sores along the Tactical Track.
Signed up for an additional 2 years under the Command Track

Age 23 / 2411 [lt.jg]
Promoted from Ensign as part of the Command course completion of the first year and passing exams to continue in the Command Track.

Age 24 / 2412 [lt]
Graduated from Star Fleet Academy, Certified Command Track. Certified Ship Tactical. Certified Ground Tactical.
Specialization : Hand to Hand Combat (and Straight sword)

Service History
Age 24 / 2412 [lt.] USS SmithTown
Miu served as a security officer aboard the USS SmithTown. Other than typical details, nothing outstanding is noted in her service record.
The SmitTown was assigned to UFP Task Force 114. Primarily patrolling the Federation and Klingon borders.

Age 26 / 2414 [lt.]
Promoted, not in rank, but in responsibility to Tactical Bridge Operations after the former LtC. transferred from the USS SmithTown.

Age 27 / 2415 [lcdr]
Transfer request and granted to ARGO aboard the USS Jacinto under Captain Aaron Parsons. Having grown tired of not being promoted to a proper rank for her station despite her years of service aboard the USS SmitTown. When the opportunity arose within another Fleet/Task Force/Ship she applied and was accepted. Along with the transfer came a promotion to LCDR.

-OUTSTANDING TRAITS-Civilian Background Highlights
Miu is well known within the competitive fencing communities around Earth and among various fencing organizations that hold competitions. Anrodia, Vulcan and Klingon among the Terrans make up the bulk of these organizations promoting the spirit of competitive fighting.
Miu was labeled in several industry magazines as "The next Wei Pei, Grandmaster Asian Fencing"
It was a surprise to many when she suddenly entered Star Fleet Academy and practically vanished from the competitive circuit. The last article where her name appears was titled, "To a Greater Purpose" where the article described Miu's decision as one of a higher calling.
Miu at first appears somewhat shy, and overly polite to strangers. Those whom eventually get to know her find the typical Rappongi "Punk" style attitude of the teen and early twenty year olds.
Fascinated with Anime, and new newest and latest Hip Hop type bands and anything New York like.
Family oriented, she talks to her mother daily if at all possible as well as each of her siblings.
A good description of her is "Cautious"

Introvert and somewhat private. She prefers staying inside and reading a book or practicing her fencing skills over things such as camping. More 'dangerous' activities like rock climbing are completely out of the question.

References Lui Xaiolin (Female), Chen Wei-Ming, Lucy Liu, Hua Mulan, O-Ren Ishi (Kill Bill), Alex Munday (Charlie's Angels), Turanga Leela (FutureRama)
Myer-Briggs Test

ISFJ (Introverted Sensing Feeling Judging)

As an ISFJ, your primary mode of living is focused internally, where you take things in via your five senses. Your secondary mode is external, where you deal with things according to how you feel about them, or how they fit into your personal value system.

ISFJs are truly warm and kind-hearted, and want to believe the best of people. They value harmony and cooperation, and are likely to be very sensitive to other people's feelings. People value ISFJs for their consideration and awareness, and their ability to bring out the best in others by their firm desire to believe the best.

ISFJs have a rich inner world that is not usually obvious to observers. They constantly take in information about people and situations that is personally important to them, and store it away. This tremendous store of information is usually startlingly accurate, because the ISFJ has an exceptional memory about things that are important to their value systems.

ISFJs have a very clear idea of the way things should be, which they strive to attain. They value security and kindness, and respect traditions and laws. They tend to believe that existing systems are there because they work. Therefore, they're not likely to buy into doing things in a new way, unless they're shown a concrete way why its better than the established method.

ISFJ Strengths
•Supportive – ISFJs are the universal helpers, sharing their knowledge, experience, time and energy with anyone who needs it, and all the more so with friends and family. People with this personality type strive for win-win situations, choosing empathy over judgment whenever possible.
•Reliable and Patient – Rather than offering sporadic, excited efforts that leave things half finished, ISFJs are meticulous and careful, taking a steady approach and bending with the needs of the situation just enough to accomplish their end goals. ISFJs not only ensure that things are done to the highest standard, but often go well beyond what is required.
•Imaginative and Observant – ISFJs are very imaginative, and use this quality as an accessory to empathy, observing other's emotional states and seeing things from their perspective. With their feet firmly planted on the ground, ISFJs have a very practical imagination, though they do find things quite fascinating and inspiring.
•Enthusiastic – When the goal is right, ISFJs take all their support, reliability and imagination and apply it to something they believe will make a difference in people's lives – whether fighting poverty with a global initiative or simply making a customer's day.
•Loyal and Hard-Working – Given a little time, the ISFJ's enthusiasm grows into loyalty. ISFJ personalities often form an emotional attachment to the ideas and organizations they've dedicated themselves to. Anything short of meeting their obligations with good, hard work fails their own expectations.
•Good Practical Skills – The best part is, ISFJs have the practical sense to actually do something with all this altruism. If mundane, routine tasks are what need to be done, ISFJs can see the beauty and harmony that they create, because they know that it helps them to care for their friends, family, and anyone else who needs it.

ISFJ Weaknesses
•Humble and Shy – The meek shall inherit the earth, but it's a long road if they receive no recognition at all. This is possibly the ISFJ's biggest challenge, as they are so concerned with other's feelings that they refuse to make their thoughts known, or to take any duly earned credit for their contributions. The ISFJ's standards for themselves are also so high that, knowing they could have done some minor aspect of a task better, they often downplay their successes entirely.
•Take Things Too Personally – ISFJs have trouble separating personal and impersonal situations – any situation is still an interaction between two people, after all – and any negativity from conflict or criticism can carry over from their professional to their personal lives, and back again.
•Repress Their Feelings – People with the ISFJ personality type are private and very sensitive, internalizing their feelings a great deal. In the same way that ISFJ's protect the feelings of others, they must also protect their own, and this lack of healthy emotional expression can lead to a lot of stress and frustration.
•Overload Themselves – The ISFJ's strong sense of duty and perfectionism combined with their aversion to emotional conflict creates overwhelming situations. ISFJs can easily become overloaded by their own expectations and other people's demands.
•Reluctant to Change – ISFJs find it hard to address their own problems because they value tradition and stabiliy. Certain situations sometimes needs to reach a breaking point before ISFJs are persuaded by circumstance, or the strong personality of a loved one, to alter course.
•Too Altruistic – Being such warm, good-natured people, ISFJs are willing to let things slide. They sincerely believe that things will get better soon so as to not burden others by accepting their offers of help, while their troubles mount unassisted.
Personnel File / Quick Description / M-B Test / Service Records