If money was not a concern, what would you do every day if you didn’t have to work?
I’d travel the world with my family and my dog, Truffle. If I were to stay in Singapore, I’d probably be training in the gym in the morning, attending classes for music, language, art, or cooking, or having brunch with my close friends. I’d be home by 6pm to spoil my family with hugs and a nice home-cooked meal, not by me but a hired MasterChef!
If you could invite any three people to dinner, living or dead, who would you choose and why?
The first would be Jesus, because who could be a better guest? I’d also invite my grandma because I never got the chance to meet her, and my dad constantly mentions that she had a heart of gold, and that nothing beats her Peranakan recipes. Lastly, my dad, so he could have a nice long conversation with my grandma while I enjoy my meal. It’ll probably be the best day of his life, aside from getting married to my mom.
What is the best praise or advice you’ve received?
“We appreciate how driven and passionate you are, and that you have the potential to do more. You’ve come far. Don’t second-guess your capabilities and know you’d be rewarded for the same.” I do genuinely appreciate recognition for going the extra mile, or for putting in hard work.
What’s your spirit animal?
A fox. I’d like to think that I’m witty and adaptable to different situations. I’m not a social butterfly and appreciate my time alone sometimes. I’m not rash when it comes to decision-making, but will take time to evaluate each of my choices before putting an opinion across.
If you could have one wish come true, what would it be?
That I could have enough quality time and energy to spend with all the people that I truly care about without having to worry about anything.