體重: 120 Ibs
Place of Birth: Canada
Weight: 120 lbs
Education: High School
Languages Spoken: English, Mandarin
Hobbies: K-pop dancing, photography, composing music, acting, volunteering, learn about psychology
我會選擇《麥田捕手》(The Catcher in the Rye) 中的主角，Holden Caufield，因為他展現了青少年所經歷的迷茫和困擾，讓我在閱讀的過程中不斷產生共鳴。
For me, delving in to the dramatic arts, such as dancing and singing, acts as my comfort activity. During the process, I am able to fully express myself as well as my current mood.
I enjoy reading the physical copy of the newspaper. Though many say they are becoming obsolete, I still enjoy the physical feel and smell of newspapers.
I would choose oceans as it does not limit one’s imagination. While there is only a limited view on mountain tops, in the oceans, if one closes their eyes and floats in the water freely, they are able to see their own imaginary world.
I would choose the color purple to describe myself. To me, purple symbolizes independence, mysteriousness, and elegance, which are characteristics that I thrive to possess.
How often one smiles tells me the most about a person. The universal expression of emotional states that people all around the world show happiness by smiling. By how often one smiles, I can tell whether they are willing to socialize or whether they are optimistic.
I believe that understanding is the most important part of maintaining a strong connection between people. It is easier and more effective to solve potential issues when people are standing in others’ perspectives.
My favourite holiday tradition is exchanging gifts during Christmas! It is a tradition full of surprises and further building of relationships.
My favourite scent is the smell of food as it is so soothing and relieving; it also ties in that becoming a foodie has always been a childhood dream of mine!
I want to know what kind of relationship I am in with people that are currently close to me, for I would like to, based on how they treat me, decide on how much effort I should put in our relationship.
I would pick Holden Caufield in “The Catcher In the Rye”, as Holden is a character that reflects all potential obstacles that a teenager has to face in the process of growing up. I often feel connected to him while reading the novel.