JG: If you had a month to spend anywhere in the universe, where would you go?
JM: Bali 100%. It’s just perfect, it’s so peaceful and there’s healthy and delicious vegan food everywhere.
JG: Ah, it’s finally 2020. The start of a new decade. What does the future hold for you?
JM: I hope it’s filled with happiness and love and lots of amazing opportunities. My EP is coming out so I’m really excited for the world to hear that, and I can’t wait to do live shows and making more music!!
JG: When you’re not making music, what’s your favourite way to spend your time?
JM: I love cooking with my friends, spending time with my family and having sleepovers with my boyfriend.
JG: You’re from both South London and Hong Kong, right? How have your various backgrounds influenced who you are today?
JM: I’m really close with my family, my parents never told me who I should be or what I should be doing. My home life is really influenced by being Chinese and English because there’s a good mix of it, like we still have roast dinners but then also have dim sum every so often. And we always eat with chopsticks. My grandparents don’t speak very good English so I hear my dad talking in Cantonese all the time. I’m proud and love being half and half because I’m half my mum and half my dad, I love the Chinese culture because it’s very family orientated and that’s why I think my family and I are so close.