I graduated with BA (Hons) International Relations from the Department of War Studies at King's College London, where I also worked as a Research Assistant at the King's Japan Programme. Previously, I was a journalist/correspondent in Japan as part of the Foreign Correspondents' Club where I covered a range of domestic issues. I am currently an Apprentice at the Worshipful Company of Security Professionals, which is a City of London livery company (guild) involved in various charitable works throughout London.
As a 1st, 1.5th, and 2nd generation immigrant all at once, different countries and cultures have always fascinated me. I am therefore particularly interested in comparative studies on demographic changes especially in Asia.
I currently manage the Barnett House Blog, a social policy blog led by students at Oxford.