Emmanuel takes interest in a wide variety in things, always picking up skills and counting the experiences coined from them. He is ingrained with the saying “be a maker not consumer” mostly said by his Dad(Keith C.).
Emmanuel takes joy in programming and designing environments that you can come to life in. He loves playing video games so set out to know how they are made. Now using C# (Csharp) in Unity 3D, he creates games every now and then for him and his brother to play. Here’e one of his pieces he posted online: https://gamejolt.com/games/httpsgamejoltcomEmluke/383347
and one of his 2D games made on scratch: https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/120015779/
Being introduced too investing by his dad, Emmanuel has already made a few hundred dollars from his investments (not to boast). Using his money saved up (from Chinese new year and working for his dad) he uses it to make more. Recently investing in a stock in a partnership with one of his close friends, he is continuing to learn and develop his investing skills.
With his brother Luke, Emmanuel starts a YouTube channel, making their toys come to life with stop-motion. They to love making, instead of just consuming videos. Emmanuel has learned a lot of video editing skills from this small hobby of his, and has been asked multiple times to put it to use for his school. Here is the link to their channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZ65pN6MQxneeDRHZbWhZbQ
Emmanuel started writing from a young age, inspired to write his own mini series with his interest of knights and adventure. He published his first picture book in 2012 with the help of his parents that encouraged him write even more. Recently he published another book based on his favourite game PUGB and would love for you to read it. Get your own copy with this link: https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/960384
In school, Emmanuel is a prefect and a sports coordinator for his House. He strives to do his best and make the most out of his time there by building relationships and absorbing information from classes and the lessons learnt from the experiences in school.