James Lim - Survivor: Ghost Island
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Seasons: 1 | Days: n | Wins: n | Jury: n

Survivor: Ghost Island (2018) - nth place, nth out - nth juror.

  • Season has not yet finished airing.
James Lim - Career statistics
Challenge stats Tribal council stats Jury stats
Season ChW ChA ChW% VFB VAP TCA TC% wTCR JVF TotJ JV% SurvSc SurvAv
S36: Ghost Island - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Career - - - - - - - - - - - - -
James Lim - Challenge record
  • S36 logo Ghost Island challenges
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    Tribal/team challenge record (0-for-0):

    • Ghost Island: None yet.

     

    Individual challenge record (0-for-0):

    • Ghost Island: None yet.

     

    Redemption/Exile Island duel record (0-for-0):

    • Ghost Island: None yet.
Career challenge totals
  • Team/tribal challenges
    Wins: 0
    Played: 0
    Win%: --
    Sat out: --
  • Individual challenges
    Wins: 0
    Played: 0
    Win%: --
    Mean% Finish: --
  • Duels
    Wins: 0
    Played: 0
    Win%: --
    Mean% Finish: --
James Lim - Tribal Council record
  • S36 logo Ghost Island Tribal

    Idols held/played (0/0):

    • Ghost Island: None yet.

     

    VFB - Votes for the person booted (0/0):

    • Ghost Island: None yet.

     

    VAP - Votes against (0):

    • Ghost Island: None yet.

     

    Jury votes made (0/0):

    • Ghost Island: None yet.
Career Tribal Council totals
  • Hidden idols
    Found: 0
    Played: 0
    Votes voided: --
  • Voting record
    VFB: 0
    Tribals: 0
    VAP: 0
  • Jury votes
    Made: 0
    For winners: --
    Received: --
James Lim - Pictures
Survivor: Ghost Island image gallery
James Lim - Interviews
James Lim - Bio
  • S36 logo Ghost Island bio

    Official CBS Ghost Island bio excerpts (1/31/18):

     

    "Pet peeves: Slow walkers, people who are superficial, and bigots.

     

    What's your personal claim to fame? I am a U.S. Presidential Scholar selected by President Obama's commission, and interned for his White House administration. In college, I was a walk-on sprinter for Harvard Track and Field and, as a senior, was elected team captain by my teammates, becoming the first Asian American captain in program history.

     

    Who or what is your inspiration in life? My grandfather came from a rural village in Korea, survived the Korean War, put himself through the best college in the country, and eventually became a successful businessman. He came from nothing to overcome tremendous odds and so much adversity and always exemplified love for family along the way. He passed away a couple of years ago but remains an inspiration in everything I do.

     

    If you could have three things on the island, what would they be and why? First, a photo of my family. They'll be a source of emotional strength no matter how tough it gets out there. Second would be an American flag because being a first-generation American is one of the greatest sources of pride and willpower for me. Finally, a journal and pen to take notes on the game as it develops and also to keep a diary during the adventure of a lifetime.

     

    Which Survivor contestant are you most like? Yul Kwon. Our backgrounds are uncannily similar as Korean-American management consultants, and I plan to follow his example in being cool, calm, and collected throughout the game. Yul's Survivor journey contributed greatly to the positive representation of Asian-Americans on TV, and I hope to do the same.

     

    Why do you think you'll "survive" Survivor? There is no magic formula to winning Survivor. However, there are qualities that will help players get far. I believe I have most of them—I am team-oriented, athletic, outgoing, and tenacious. I will focus on being a helpful, likable asset to those around me, and on the down low strategically pave my path to the very end."

     

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