Young Greek of the Week
Age and year level:
Fifteen, in year 10.
Your greatest achievement(s)?
Performing a dance routine in front of a audience representing my school South Oakleigh College at Clayton Festival.
How did you get to where you are now ?
Seized the opportunity of being in the 'Reprezent' program at South Oakleigh College, and just worked as hard as i could to be as good as I can possibly be.
Your greatest challenge?
Choosing who I want to be around and becoming who i am today.
Your aspirations/goals for the future?
To be known and recognised worldwide.
Best moment of your life?
Going to my first NRL game. I have never been so excited before in my life.
One word that describes you the best:
Person(s) you most admire and why?
Soulja Boy, with his new age dance style, everything I know I learnt from him.
Best thing about being Greek-Australian?
Fitting in to both cultures which gives a broader range of opportunities.
If I could say anything to the Greek community…
Read Neos Kosmos, because I'm in it.
Most embarrassing or funny Greek (family) moment?
Can't think of any right now, but I'm sure there's a few.
Favourite place to go or hang out at?
I like to go to the city, lots of interesting things happen there.
Favourite Greek food?
Song that I can't get out of my head at the moment?
It's actually a Korean song.
I can't live without…
Music. Ipod, stereo, MTV, CD's, anything to do with music.
If I was Kevin Rudd for a day I would…
Help out the homeless people.
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