1.When you hear the saying "be the change" what comes to your mind first?
I take most pride in holding the title as Mrs Southeast Asia International 2012. It acts as a platform to achieve my dreams and vision. The title showcast the accomplishment of today's married women who are loving wives and caring mothers, successful career women with beautiful hearts dedicated towards communities.
2.How would you describe your husband?
I don't have a hero. However, I admire my mum for her strong personality.
She toiled through difficult times to raise me and my sister when my dad left us. Mum made sure we were not deprived of anything. Today, she is still here for me, caring for my son.
3.If you could revisit one memory as a child in your mind, what would it be and why?
The last piece of advice from my late sister, is my most prized possession. It will always be embedded in my heart. Her advice gave me a lot of motivation and I learnt to be more appreciative. I value life more and I am grateful for what I am today.
4.How would someone describe you when you were in high school?
Being the tallest in school, I was given the nickname "tall girl". Today my friends who used to tease me, tell me that being tall is a blessing. According to them, everyone is unique in their own beautiful ways but tall women just have the extra something!
5.If money did not matter.. what would you buy for your husband and why?
In Southeast Asia, we experience summer throughout the year. The hot temperature with abundant rainfall contribute to the natural heritage of flora and fauna. Given a choice, I would love spring as the temperature not too hot and I love the smell of freshness with colourful blooming flowers.