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Sixty Seconds with....Jeen Chou (Year 12)

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What is your name?
Jeen

In what year did you join Regents?
I joined Regents in Year 7

Where were you before (what part of Thailand or what city abroad)?
I used to live in Cha Choeng Sao before moving to Chonburi and join Regents.

Are you a day-student or a boarder?
I have been a full-time boarder since I first joined the school in Year 7.

What year group are you currently in?
I am currently in Year 12.

What are you most enjoying at school right now and why? .
I enjoy a wide range of extra curriculum activities a lot. If you ask me what I enjoy the most, then it would be Physics Olympiad club- because it is so hard that you feel really good when you manage to do it.

If you had to choose five words to best describe your life Regents, what would they be?
Unique, Enjoyable, Exciting, Welcoming, Relatable

Describe in no more than 200 words your typical day at Regents.
I go to school about 8:00 after breakfast in the canteen. I either go to form room to meet my tutor, Mr Smith, before planning my day or I go to the IB suite to have a weekly meeting. I normally go to lessons directly after I finish my other duty like buying a chocolate drink (because I don't drink coffee) or just drinking water from the school water dispenser. For break time, I sometimes read a book, same as during lunch times, except during lunch time I sometimes ponder about the question of life, which I never get an answer for and instead get extra headaches, or ponder all the possible outcome if I do something and how to deal with the outcome. I normally go straight back to boarding house right after school.

Please describe what you most enjoy about being a member of the boarding community.
What I enjoy about being in the boarding house? Many, many things I enjoy, since I live on site, I can receive special supervision from the teachers that come in as special homework staff or just after school. I also like the activities available to the boarder, and all those activities are not possible at home, but are possible at the boarding house because I have friends to play with; activities like football and such. So, basically, I enjoy having some friends to talk to and discuss daily life, and the staff here are very caring and supportive. The food here is also great, we have both international and Thai food options every day. One more thing I enjoy is that fact that I don't really have to get up early in case of potential traffic jams.

Describe the most memorable thing that has happened to you at this school.
The most memorable thing was getting a bronze for public speaking while competing against people in higher year groups.

What are your hopes for the future?
In the future, I aim to be a computer programmer since with technology advancing, demand for good programmers is increasing. So if I were to enter any university I will take the one with a well-respected computing course.