Pierre Chan is known for being one of BSM’s most competitive swimmers. In this interview, he talks about subjects ranging from how he realised his passion for swimming to how much time he dedicates to this sport.
Through basketball, I have learnt the value of respect. I have understood that it’s not just about winning, but more importantly, it’s about how you play the game, the manner in which you carry yourself on and off the court, and how you treat your teammates, opponents, coaches, staff, officials and spectators.
Yep and my biggest advice would be DON’T GET DISBANDED when something doesn’t work, that’s art. That’s art. Sometimes you try something and it doesn’t work, so what? You know, you can try to make it work when you go on to the next thing. But don’t get despondent either. If you get despondent, you’re not gonna improve.
This year, Winston is placing some of BSM’s untold tales in the limelight to celebrate these unique individuals, lives and perspectives; as well as the diversity we share as a community. We hope the following conversations illuminate and entertain – and perhaps inspire you, dear reader, to go make stories of your own.
By Allegra Dominguez, Year 12 As star striker and co-captain of the U18 Girls football team, Kristine shares with us her affinity for J. Cole, Pizza and experience as a Lion on and off the