Shermaine is a myriad of things exploding in one human body, topped off with a girl-next-door face. Effectively bilingual in both English and Mandarin, as she’d like to think, this former Chinese literature student never fails to be amazed at the rich 5,000-year history of Chinese culture. She dreams of going back to when poets used to sit at pavilions and languidly pen phrases illustrating the picturesque scenery or romantic ambience, accompanied by the sound of rivers flowing. A helpless romantic, she aspires to do a double major in English literature and Chinese literature and become a lyricist. If she dares be bolder in her dreams, the violinist and former yangqin player in her school’s Chinese orchestra, would prefer to be a music producer, completing the magic of a beautiful set of lyrics. For now, UrbanWire is where she’ll make her inscriptions. To Shermaine, life is very much like a poem, where emotions run deep as you dance to the irregular cadence of the bittersweet flavours.
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