‘Lykke’ | Danish Capital

— Copenhagen, Denmark (11th – 17th, May 2018) In March earlier this year, my professor urged us to apply to participate in the Copenhagen Youth Fashion Summit – the world’s leading event on sustainability in the fashion industry which was taking place two months later in May. No one in my class really showed interest, but me being someone who never declines an opportunity to … Continue reading ‘Lykke’ | Danish Capital

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Yötön Yö | Helsinki

— Helsinki, Finland (9th – 11th, May 2018) Every New Year’s Eve I write down a couple countries that I would like to visit in that following year, and for some reason I never end up visiting those ones in particular – but happen to travel to other countries that I would never have imagined visiting. I wouldn’t have thought i’d visit the Nordics even … Continue reading Yötön Yö | Helsinki

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Over-Production & Over-Consumption

— The problem lies within us. We are all consumers. We are constantly consuming. With the rapid spike in digitisation and high smartphone penetration levels across countries around the world, we consume exponential amounts of information on a daily basis. With globalisation at its peak and vast product offerings, we’re faced with the dilemma of choice. We have too many choices and hence consume too much … Continue reading Over-Production & Over-Consumption

Ceylon Charms | Sri Lanka

— Colombo, Sri Lanka This quarter at SCAD, we had a field trip to Sri Lanka for one of my classes – Global Sourcing & Supply Chain. So last Thursday, 8th of Feb, we departed Hong Kong Int’ Airport for six days in Colombo, the capital of the country. Sri Lanka is an island nation in the Indian Ocean that’s famed for its diverse landscapes; … Continue reading Ceylon Charms | Sri Lanka