I was born in Sydney back when velcro and hoodies were cool. My father was a grocer who helped build No Frills in Australia for Franklins. My mother migrated from Hong Kong in the 1970s and is a social worker and interpreter.
I graduated from the University of Sydney in 2007. I boarded a plane to Oxford a few months later where an Australian called Gordon took me on as a student. I managed to meet the Queen, play a bit of cricket and returned three years later to work in business.
This is where I post my writing. I’ll try to be light-hearted and, more importantly, fair. I want to change the way we look at our trickiest political problems…and by doing so, make them easier to solve. It’s an outsider’s guide because I follow an old motto: news is sacred but comment is free.