What motivated you to study economics?
When I was doing history in my high school, I realised that economics plays a key role in the development of countries, and I want to discover what shapes the world we are living in today and studying economics is a good starting point.
Why did you choose LSE?
Because I want to understand “the causes of things” ;)
What drew you to the Student Communications Ambassador role?
The Department of Economics is the largest department at LSE with so many staff and students, either doing undergraduate or postgraduate study. However, from my first-year experience, I don’t know many people from our own department, and some of my friends in the Department told me they also face the same problem, so I want to help bring people from our department closer.
What do you like to do outside of your studies?
I’m a huge foodie who loves everything related to food, from restaurant reviews, to cooking, to food photography. I’m really glad to be elected as the President of the Food and Cooking Society and have chances to share restaurants worth visiting, creative recipes and food cultures.
What would someone be surprised to know about you?
If I am going to take a gap year, I would like to attend Le Cordon Bleu for the year as I cannot really travel around the world during the time of Covid-19.