Lila MacLellan is a reporter for Quartz in New York. She has a special interest in unusual things people do with their bodies and money. She is also obsessed with social psychology, and Japan, where she lived for three years before becoming a journalist. Lila has worked as an editor and writer at Natural Health and Institutional Investor magazines in New York, and at Western Living and Vancouver magazines in British Columbia.
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