Living in a big city.
I came to Northern Ireland because I like travelling, and because I wanted to embrace a new culture and have a more rounded opinion.
Coming from a small community, the idea of living in a big city appealed to me.
I’m studying English and creative writing, at Queens University, Belfast, only because I enjoy it.
A lot of my friends did law and chemistry, where they would have good job prospects. I just really enjoy poetry
and would like to be a journalist, live in another country, and write poetry.
She writes a lot about her homeland, how coming to England affected her, and how she missed hurricanes.
When I’m older, I’d like to do many things. I don’t really want to do the same thing for more than five years.
I’d like to be an opera singer, write books, be a journalist, and I’d like to travel. Nothing is concrete, yet.
HOW WOULD LIKE THE WORLD TO BE?
I like the idea of living in communities, and looking after each there, instead of focusing on self and material possessions.
I like the idea of communism, but don’t think anyone has seen that work yet. I don’t like the idea of borders and boundaries, and I don’t like that poorer people can’t travel.
There needs to be more opportunities for people to travel, and for acceptance.
Story by Bout Yeh photographers Belfast