My genuine passion for writing inspires and develops my interest in copywriting and contributing Web content. I have gained valuable copywriting skills and work experience from my internship and work placement in two advertising agencies in Malaysia. My first copywriting work appeared on print while I was an intern. Subsequently, my other copywriting works have also appeared on client's marketing collaterals and events. I have also been nominated for the Student Recognition Evening's Best Article/Feature Award following my active involvement in writing for my campus newspaper and magazine.
What is unique that's not in your bio?
A Libra who's creative, diplomatic and sociable. These characteristics are evident in my actions on both personal and professional levels.
What's your favorite accomplishment?
Helping to inspire others through writing while doing what I genuinely love to do.
How do you define cool?
Originality is overrated. For me, cool means being the first to improvise on what we were familiar with and making it better to suit the needs of today's society.
What is your secret to uncovering trends?
Be inquisitive, passionate and determined to explore and discover more about your area(s) of interest.
What do you enjoy most about Trend Hunter?
Uncover a diversity of cool trends from design and architecture to fashion and marketing and be inspired by them, simultaneously.
What is your favorite trend?
What are your tips for writing a juicy post?
Be passionate and enthusiastic at all times. It shows in your writing.
How do you reset to be creative?
Be active on social media like Twitter, Facebook and Pinterest to identify popular themes and trends appreciated by the digital community. Travel, indulge, observe and appreciate everything around you and spend some time smelling the roses. All these little things help inspire and stimulate creativity.
What inspires or excites you?
Bold, daring and quirky creative endeavours that reflect the creator's personality, as well as mine.
Predict something awesome for 2020?
Small inventions with big utilitarian functions.