About Me

I grew up in Jakarta, Indonesia, and Singapore, and have also called Toronto home since 2010. I received my BA in Linguistics and Spanish, with a minor in Latin American Studies, as well as my MA in Linguistics at the University of Toronto.

In my spare time, I love to run, bike, try new recipes, snap photos and take super long walks to soak in the sun — most of the time, if not always, with my rescue dog Mochi. I am currently also the Editor-in-Chief for Unravel: the Accessible Linguistics magazine, an online publication, for which I've previously contributed two articles on Mayan glyphs and lunfardo (Buenos Aires slang).