Roles/positions in school: A Taekwondo practitioner, avid poetry and descriptive writer. Newly registered MUN and Debate Society member. Previously a Reach out collaborator.
What is your happy space?
My happy space is my room, where I have access to my computer, books and comfy bed.
What do you aspire to be when you grow up and why?
I do feel like working in the field of science or technology.
Tell us about your favourite activity/project at GIS.
I have several favourite activities in which I passionately enjoy. Debate Society is one of my favourites because you can express your feelings truthfully and no one can stop you.
Share with us some of your proud achievements in life so far.
I was titled as my club’s ‘most improved player’ of 2015. I’ve been to various football tournaments, winning several of them. I represented GIS in football. I came 3rd place along with one of my best friends in the Year 7 Science Week competition. Also, I am a Red 2 belt in Taekwondo, but I am taking a break because of a foot injury. My proudest achievement is who I am as a person today, and the amazing friends that I made.
What is the best part of studying in GIS?
It’s diversity in opportunities. Some schools just don’t have over 200 different weekly CCAs.
Describe GIS in three words.
Vibrant, diverse and fascinating.
What does GIS offer to bring out the best in you?
GIS provides well-developed and maintained facilities in which I can utilise to the benefit of my learning. GIS also provides over 200 different CCAs that students can indulge in.
Complete the sentence: I wish… I am able to be more participative in GIS, not bounded by the limitations of having two wonderful siblings and living far away…
Life motto: When life gives you lemons, you don’t just stop there. You say ‘thank you’, and then you fight, and bargain for more lemons. If you don’t get any, go back tomorrow and try again.