Tell us more about yourself.
I was originally from the south side of London before I moved to Hong Kong, and then I finally shifted here. I’ve been here for about over a year now; it’s been pretty good.
In an ideal world, what would be the perfect occupation for you?
Songwriter—I used to love writing lyrics when I was younger. I’ve written some songs for a few of my friends who became artists. I don’t know if any of the songs are still out there, but it was a good experience.
If could change something about your job, what would it be?
Feeling like you’ve accomplished a lot during the day, and then realising at the end of it that it’s not enough.
Do you have an uncommon hobby?
I like learning languages, if that’s considered a hobby. Right now, I can speak English, Cantonese, Mandarin and Spanish. I can also read in Portuguese, because it’s similar to Spanish.
You’ve stayed in quite a few countries—what’s the first place that comes to your mind when you think about home?
I feel like I have a few homes—I have the home where my parents live, I have a home in Hong Kong which is tied to my heritage, and a very comfortable home here in Singapore. When I have to travel out for work too long or go on a long holiday, I find that I start missing being here and being at home.
If you could bring three things with you to a deserted island, what would they be?
I’d bring something to play music with, the Laneige Water Bank, and instead of an item for the last one, I’d bring my best friend.