Three things you miss most about Burma:
The food, always. Being nearer to my extended family, especially my cousins. The family homes that I grew up in, which strangely still appear in my dreams as the background setting.
Given the chance to live in any fictitious universe, which one would you pick?
Probably the Potter Universe—it’s a series that grew up along with me and has a universe that makes you feel like you could be a part of it. If you asked any of my friends to sort me into a house, they’ll immediately tell you that I’m a Gryffindor through and through.
If you could switch identities with anyone for a day, who would it be?
Jeff Bezos, so that I can give my immense wealth away to the communities and organisations in need. I don’t think it makes sense for any person to be that rich when so many people in the world are earning below the poverty line.
If you could dance to just one song for the rest of your life what would it be?
I think I should get at least one song for each language I listen to, but if it has to be an English song, it’s either Silly Love Songs (The Glee Version, the original doesn’t have that acapella fun) or Dance To This by Troye Sivan.
If you could choose between being a cat who can talk to humans, or a human who can talk to cats, which one would you be?
A human who can talk to cats. It gets tiring to listen to humans, and I’d like to ask a cat why they’re so disdainful of everything in life. I really dislike Haruki Murakami, but the talking cats in Kafka on the Shore is an imagery that I’ve never really forgotten after finishing the book.