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Joycelyn Y.

Summer Global Internship - Singapore Singapore
Hometown: Hong Kong

Hello there! I am a second year student at UC Berkeley pursuing a major in Business Administration and Economics. A little about me - I am born and raised in Hong Kong and moved to New York for high school when I was 13. I love traveling, going on spontaneous adventures, staying active, and making a positive impact in my community. 


And...My Next Adventure Awaits

By Joycelyn Y.

2 months, 8 weeks, 60 days, and 1440 hours later, I found myself once again at the departure hall of Changi Airport. My heart sank as I know it’s time... keep reading

A Food Guide to Hawker Centers

By Joycelyn Y.

“What’s the best thing about Singapore?” “Food.” This is often the answer I hear from both locals and tourists. Indeed, as a self proclaimed foodie, I have to agree that... keep reading

City in a Garden or Garden in a City?

By Joycelyn Y.

To say Singapore is a green city is an understatement. Singapore is one of the most sustainable and environmentally friendly cities I’ve encountered. In fact, it is ranked number 1... keep reading

A Day In The Life Of A Global Intern (Vlog)

By Joycelyn Y.

Have you ever wondered what life is like as an intern in a foreign city? Fear no more, watch this short video that will show you a glimpse of my... keep reading

Be Right Back, Singapore! (48 Hours in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia)

By Joycelyn Y.

What attracted me the most to intern and study in Singapore was its proximity to other Southeast Asian countries. Although I grew up in Hong Kong, I haven’t taken the... keep reading

Internship 101

By Joycelyn Y.

In a blink of an eye, I have spent two weeks in Singapore. I am quite familiar with the subway lines, the words Singaporeans use to order their coffee (kopi-o... keep reading

The Start of my ‘Crazy Rich Asians’ Journey

By Joycelyn Y.

After months of preparation, I have finally arrived at Singapore, one of the hottest and most popular cities in the world. Watching “Crazy Rich Asians” got me feeling a type... keep reading