Dr. Martens









What book have you got in hand?
The Hobbit by J. R. R. Tolkien. It was recommended to me by my mum, so I picked it up just this morning.

Share with us your top 3 book recommendations.
I really like the fantasy and thriller genres, so The Lost Mind by Christopher Pike, Hetty Feather by Jacqueline Wilson, and the classic Harry Potter—I’ve read the whole series.

Tell us about your field of study.
I’m pursuing a diploma in Experiential Product and Interior Design at Nanyang Polytechnic, and I’m currently doing a six-month-long internship at an interior design firm.

I initially wanted to study Anthropology (the study of humanity), but I felt that my current course was also rather special, in that it includes both interior and product design, and it also allows me to be creative. It’s been good so far—I’m learning a lot about how people interact with space and how that can be applied to future designs.

What is your favourite product you designed thus far?
It’d have to be the one from my latest Studio Project which centred around circular design.

I repurposed an old skirt of mine and gave it more functions, so it turns into a bag and picnic mat too; I called it a Swiss Army skirt. It’s actually quite useful and I still use it!

What do like to do in your free time?
I’m in a dragon boating CCA in school and I also do part-time steering for other teams and school events.

Apart from that, I spend most of my time at home or hanging out with friends. I wouldn’t say that I’m a homebody, I’m just too broke to do all the things I want to do like rock climbing (laughs).

Where do you see yourself in the next five years?
I think about this question a lot (laughs). I’ll be 25 in five years, so hopefully I’ll be completing university and self-sufficient by then.

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