Me in Hanbok with sweet Cambodian lawyer to be
At Korean Old Village.
These girls are the noisiest and nicest bunch
We were ecstatic that we've completed the resolutions ahead of time. Dressed up for "award-giving" ceremony and picture taking lol.
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The Brunei team
Presenting my part during the model summit
This experience helped to push out of my comfort zone.
I strived to familiarise myself with model United Nations debating style and also cramped knowledge of ASEAN and human rights into my brain everyday.
Everyday I am in awe with some of the participants' wit and speaking skills and I'm glad I had the chance to meet these people in my life.
When I was back in Brunei I honestly didn't know what I was going to do. I felt like I was going to be an outcast in the midst of strong youths and had panic attacks.
So for SSEAYP, I'm having the same thoughts.
2 months - what about my leaves? My salary?
Would I be able to present myself properly as a delegate from Brunei?
Am I good enough?
One strong quote that never fails to motivate me;
"20 years from now you will be more disappointed in the things you didn't do rather than the things you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbour. Catch the trade winds in your sails.
Explore. Dream. Discover"