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Hi I'm Shu Hui

I grew up in Singapore. I study in school. I love to paint. I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I'm a local student currently attending a Junior College in Singapore, preparing for the annual nationwide A-Level exams that are for me approaching in a year's time. Apart from, well, studying, I also paint in acrylics and oils. (Classical and Romanticist paintings are my favourites!) I sketch and sing. I am interested in Quantum Physics. I relish the times I get to play badminton in school. I've loved to write since I was a young child and occasionally still find time to attempt writing poetry in iambic pentameter. I like the German language. It probably caught on from a few of my schoolmates belatedly. I recently travelled to Austria and found it a German-language student's linguistic paradise. Schnitzel, anyone?

Why I am a Mormon

I love going to church with my family. I've been a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints since 2009. I wanted to join the Church because I found a copy of the scriptures published by the Church during a difficult time in my life and found that reading and living the words in the scriptures changed things positively. My attitudes and perspectives changed for the better. I came to know more about Jesus personally, and how relying on His Atonement can indeed change people completely and genuinely, from within. I was then brought to Church; I felt that this was the right place for me. I go with my family to church meetings on Sundays. I love the peace I feel there, and how the Church is consistent in its teachings of Jesus Christ. I believe it is true. Because of the very personal experiences I have had, I cannot deny that it is true. The members share their faith in Jesus Christ with sincerity, simplicity and love. I would invite those who are interested in or curious about our faith to come and see.

How I live my faith

I tutor children every Saturday. I participate in coordinating street-sales to raise funds for charity with a few of my schoolmates who are not of my faith. In fact, I think I'm the only one in my entire school who is of this faith. If you were at a certain place in Singapore on some days in June 2013 and participated by slotting money into uniformed schoolchildren's waiting containers, it is not improbable that we helped organize it. For the prudent pedestrian in some, we had a governmental certificate proving that we did so legally, to soothe their nerves. I try to do nice things for my family. I try to help my friends find the good in life, especially when I really feel they need it. Although I love writing and echoing the style of great writers, I believe that spiritual truth is best taught in simple words. I love the humility of speaking to people in very simple language, because we love them and want them to understand what we believe. As an update, as I've written most of these at least a year ago, I now live my faith by teaching investigators learning the gospel on Sundays upon invitation. By extension, I will soon be going to the United States to teach people more about Jesus Christ. Life will take on so much meaning and sense for those who find Him, as it has and continues to be for me.