Whom am I?

Since childhood, I have had the propensity to surgically dismember electronics. During my secondary school years, I had realized my endowment could develop into a career as an engineer. Having learnt to reassemble the disbanded parts, my talent flourished in the home and laboratory, much to the dismay of my family. The years of training came to fruition at the Greater Vancouver Regional Science Fair and Canada-Wide Science Fair, where I received Gold and Bronze medals.

After flying across the country to write the requisite final examinations, I received my International Baccalaureate diploma in June 2006. Succumbing to offers of the President's Entrance Scholarship and Science Entrance Scholarship, I attended the University of British Columbia.

I specialized in Electrical Engineering in the five-year Engineering Physics program, along with a Minor in Commerce. In 2009, I was one of two UBC students selected to study at University College London in the United Kingdom and awarded the One World Scholarship. After receiving my Bachelor of Applied Science degree with Distinction in May 2011, I launched my career as a professional hardware hacker.


A laundry list of what I have accumulated over the years