1. What do you do? What are you working on right now?
I am now working in Andrew Kayla, a shoes brand who want to get into the market of China so I do promotion on Chinese social media such as WeChat and Weibo.
2. What steps did you take to get where you are now?
I used to take snapshots of Chinese bloggers and wrote articles about fashion trend on my own WeChat subscription. Also, I’m pretty interested in videography. I made lots of videos about my life.
3. What is your usual bloom? In other way round, what is frustrating you right now?
As I am from Mainland of China and live in Hong Kong by myself, usually when some local people tell me that I am a quite nice person which change their impression of Chinese or the professionals tell me I have talent in photography which made my day! I am so happy to find what I like as my job! Nothing is frustrating me right now.
4. Let's bring out the time machine. What do you wish you could have told yourself, when, and why?
I wish to back to one year ago, when I came to Hong Kong to study. It was my first time to have lessons in English. I am scared to express in class so always be ignored by my classmates. If I go back, I will encourage myself to be fearless to show my ideas and fight for my place.
DOWN TO BUSINESS.
5. What kind of opportunities/projects are you looking for? What is your hourly rate, retainer, or salary range? If it depends on the project, give us some examples of projects and the cost.
I would rather to be fashion model and my hourly rate is 200hkd.
Last one! How do you "Stay Creative"? (please use less than 8 words)
Don't stop to thinking and working.
If you would like us to know you more, feel free to give extra information:
1. For other people in your field, what do they usually lack? The courage to jump out of the comfort zone
2. What's your style/perspective/taste? Do you have a project that represents this? I think my style is Japanese normcore.