“My eclectic background wasn’t traditional in any way, yet I have learned some real important life lessons from the home. You are not your family.”
“There’s a deep seated spot in my soul that physically hurts when I see hungry people.”
Dr Rachel Ho is sitting opposite me, vis-à-vis. We meet for the first time at a café in the mall where her clinic, La Clinic, is… This is my first time meeting with an aesthetics doctor, so naturally, I am curious.
I would like to read you a paragraph from a book I’m currently reading and loving and enjoying very much: René Redzepi’s A Work in Progress: A Journal.
Iman Fandi is a lot of things: Adventurous, goofy, serious, cheeky. She’s a model who advocates diversity, a role model to her peers, a student of psychology, she has empathy and emotional intelligence, and she quotes Bob Marley.
“I think my frankness is quite British. I don’t like confrontation per se, but if you asked me for my opinion, I will give you my opinion.”
Just as doing a whole lot of somethings could sometimes amount to nothing, doing nothing sometimes can be everything.
“I’m in a healthy, committed and ever growing relationship with myself.” In collaboration with Porcelain.
“I believe challenges help us grow and evolve, so I don’t shy away from them, but use them as opportunities to grow.”