Describe yourself in three words.
Competitive, Responsible, Mature.
What are your favourite subjects and why?
My favourite subjects are Physics and Mathematics. I really like to explore the mechanics side of the things around me and this makes me want to dig deeper in this field.
What kinds of extracurricular activities do you do and why?
I join clubs such as LEO Club, Environmental Sustainability Club and Peer to Peer Support because I realise that it is a platform to help others as well as improve myself in terms of leadership, experience and communication.
I also joined table tennis because I enjoy this sport and it is also a good thing to exercise.
What opportunities has your school given you that you would not have had otherwise?
I had been given the chance to organise a big event in school to raise funds to help kids with childhood cancer. We initiated a movement where students and staff can donate their hair to make wigs or shave their heads as a sign of support to the children.
This is an event made possible with the full support from the whole school and the feedback was amazing.
If you could change one thing about being a student at your school, what would it be?
I would like to change the fact that we are not really engaged with the community around us. Maybe having more activities that include students and the local community.
Describe your school in three words.
Warm, Astonishing, Efficient.
What do you hope to do when you finish school?
I hope to become a teacher or a lecturer in future because I feel that this is a very meaningful career as I have encountered wonderful teachers and I will want to share what I have learnt with the children.
What do you think is the biggest problem with the world today? What can you do about it?
I think the greatest issue the world is facing now is how ignorant most people still are about the importance of how to sustain our planet. Even when obvious signs of climate change and global warming are becoming more apparent, there are still people who do not bother to do something about it. What I always do is to make myself an example to influence my friends because I strongly believe that actions speak louder than words.