Woo Wan Fong occasionally dabbles in the art scene. She documented the aftermath of the Sichuan Earthquake and its impact on rural poor communities (with Lien Aid), worked on a short documentary with a Syrian refugee, and is currently working on a documentary about the ex-residents of Dakota Crescent. Wan Fong has a B.A. (First Class Honours) in Politics, Psychology & Sociology from the University of Cambridge and represented the University in Women’s Handball. Much to the delight of her parents, she failed to secure a spot at the Kim Il-Sung University (DPRK) and instead did her master’s at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, reading International Education Policy. At Harvard she organised an experiential art exhibition on the Palestinian occupation to present the lived reality of everyday Palestinians. She was also a consultant to the Minister of Education (Sweden), a teaching fellow at the Centre for Asia Leadership, and treasurer at the League of Educators for East Asia and the Pacific.