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Kai En LEE, Year 10 student – GIS Spotlight | Blog

Garden International School Blog student spotlight Lee Kai En
Garden International School Blog student spotlight Lee Kai En

Kai En is a Malaysian and one of the GIS scholarship recipients.

What makes you happy?
Seeing smiles on people’s faces. I’m extremely happy when I see other smiles… it’s as though I’ve helped or motivated oneself.

What do you aspire to be when you grow up? Why?
I want to be a gynaecologist when I grow up. I think that babies are simply magical and I hope that with my own hands, I can bring them safely to this beautiful world.
 
Tell us about your passion.
I’m passionate about food. I love eating and trying out various types of food; I love to guess what ingredients are used in preparing the dish that I’m eating; I love learning how to cook from my mum and grandmum. In a nutshell, I love food, be it eating or making.

Share with us your biggest/proudest achievement in life so far. 
I’m proud of these 2 achievements…I directed and also wrote a script for a school play last year. I’ve learned so much through that-teamwork, leadership skills and creativity. And the second one was not such a big achievement but I’m proud about it. I ran a 6km run during the summer. I didn’t think I would be able to make it through but I did it! I am so happy about it.

What is the best part of studying at GIS?
Teachers here are supportive and experienced, they make sure we learn everything to succeed not only in studies but also in life. They motivate and push us beyond our comfort zones and really help to bring out the best in us.

What does GIS offer to bring out the best in you?
GIS offers various subjects, co-curricular activities and opportunities such as leadership roles. GIS has challenged me to do so many things that I didn’t think I would be doing.

Describe GIS in three words.
Motivating, competitive, diverse.

 

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