What would be your advice to your 15-year-old self?
Allison Chan, Australia Plus
As we start the new year and make our new year's resolutions, we're pausing to reflect. Australia Plus asked: what would be your advice to your 15-year-old self?
Sukhjit Kaur Khalsa is a spoken word poet and Sikh activist. Her poem about her and her family’s experience of racism and discrimination in Australia shot her to fame on the television show, Australia’s Got Talent.
Dan Hong is the executive chef behind Sydney’s popular Mr Wong and Ms G’s restaurants.
Peter Gould is an award-winning designer and entrepreneur who's collaborated with Google Glass and built apps for Muslim kids. As a Muslim, he is always keen to bring together Islamic traditions and emerging digital technology.
Katherine Sabbath is a dessert creative, cake teacher and recipe developer whose bold, eye-catching and elaborate cakes have gained well over a quarter of a million followers on Instagram.
Jane Lu is the CEO of Sydney-based online fashion boutique Showpo, which she started after quitting her job at a prominent accounting firm.
Jimmy Pham started Know One Teach One (KOTO), which trains disadvantaged youth at their restaurants in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City.
Michelle Bridges is most well known for being a trainer on TV's The Biggest Loser. She started working as a fitness instructor and personal trainer when she was 14.
Benjamin Law is an author, screenwriter and journalist. His memoir The Family Law was adapted for television.
Nicole Wong is a stylist, content creator and fashion blogger from Singapore and attended Fashion Week in Sydney in 2016.
Wengie is Wendy Huang’s YouTube channel, where she uploads makeup and beauty tutorials to more than 1 million subscribers.