The best advice I ever heard is … Your life is your responsibility.
My three most recommended books are … Crying in H Mart by Michelle Zauner; The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald; The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini.
To me, success means … having a happy and peaceful life and raising my child with good values, morals and a kind heart.
People who know me might be surprised that I … can speak and understand Taiwanese.
My biggest pet peeve is … personal space. I love talking and interacting with people. But that doesn’t mean I want someone to be two inches away from me at the grocery store.
Everyone in Amarillo needs to experience … the Yellow City Certified Tour hosted by Amarillo Convention & Visitors Bureau. It’s such a great experience to see what our city has to offer.
If I could change any one local thing it would be … to add rapid transit either to get to places locally or have fast trains to/from Dallas, Houston, Albuquerque, Colorado Springs and Oklahoma City in a couple of hours.
This city is amazing at … its hospitality. No matter where you go, the stores, restaurants, attractions and people are always so friendly and have smiles on their face.
My favorite place in Amarillo is … not really in Amarillo, but we love Palo Duro Canyon when we need a staycation or to disconnect from technology.
A local organization I love right now … American Advertising Federation-Amarillo Chapter (AAF-Amarillo). AAF-Amarillo is a diverse group of local advertising professionals who meet twice a month. The club provides professional development education and advancement of the advertising community in the Amarillo area through programs such as public service, internships, advocacy groups, advertising education, and consumer awareness. For more information about the club, visit aafamarillo.org.