My interest in farming and permaculture stems from a belief that they can solve many of the global issues and crisis in humanity we are witnessing today. I want to farm in a way that creates abundance without depleting natural resources like the soil, water, fossil fuel, and biodiversity. There are so many complex problems to be solved but I believe that, like Bill Mollison says, “the solutions remain embarrassingly simple.”
I have been farming in tropical Asia for a few years, starting from the outskirts of Hong Kong close to the Chinese border, to within the mountains in rural Southeast Asia, to rooftops in downtown Singapore.
I blog about my permaculture journey at Into The Ulu (intotheulu.wordpress.com).
I am an urban farmer at Edible Garden City (ediblegardencity.com) and a Natural Fitness trainer at Human Naturally (humannaturallysg.com).