Holy Singh (Malaysia)


International Exchange Officer Holy Shin

Niseko Town Hall Commerce and Tourism Division

Translation · interpreter · tourist information · event planning · school visit / let's read

Languages:​ ​
English / Japanese / Malay / Chinese

Malaysia (Port Dickson)


Personal History

Faculty of Human Sciences, Osaka University

Work Experience:
Japanese language class supporter (volunteer) 6 months Osaka
Elementary school Malay interpreter 1st year Osaka



Apa khabar? (How are you?)
I'm Holy Singh from Malaysia. His nickname is Lily.
Many people may say that they are new to Malaysia, but in fact Malaysia does not have four seasons. There is a rainy season, but basically it is summer all year round. The average daytime temperature is about 27 ° C to 33 ° C, which is completely different from Hokkaido.
I have never lived in a cold area like Hokkaido. Niseko Town I lived in Osaka for four years. The winter cold there is not comparable to Hokkaido. Born and raised in a warm place, I don't know if I can withstand the cold here, but I'm looking forward to Niseko's famous powder snow! I live near the ski resort, so I will do my best to ski well.
Another thing I want to do when I'm in Niseko is to plan a cooking class where I can exchange culture. I think everyone has a favorite dish that they want to share with everyone. Similarly, some may want to learn how to cook the dish. I want to share delicious Malaysian treats with everyone. I also want to learn South Indian cuisine. Of course, you can learn how to cook while referring to the Internet. However, I find it more fun to learn with everyone. Would you like to have a cultural exchange through food together?

Where I'm From:

I'm from Port Dickson, a small town by the sea. The town is located between the capital Kuala Lumpur and the World Heritage city of Malacca.
Port Dickson is located about an hour's drive south of Kuala Lumpur. People who live in the capital come to enjoy the beaches of Port Dickson on weekends. The peaceful town on weekdays becomes a little more lively on weekends.
Then drive south from Port Dickson for about an hour and a half and you'll reach Melaka. From 1511 to 1957, Malacca was dominated by many countries (eg Portugal, Netherlands, Great Britain). You can still retain its influence and stroll through the wonderful cityscape, which is a mixture of Western and Eastern cultures.