Full Name: Fuad Abdul Latif
You can call him: Fuad

Birthday: February 28, 1996 

Host of: The Advocate

What game or movie universe would you most like to live in?
The Star Trek universe, and I’m not even that big a fan of Star Trek. Just the breadth at which an individual could learn and travel in that universe, with all the intertwining alien cultures and technologies at every nook and corner are all too fascinating for me to pass up on.

What activity do you spend the most time doing which you actually shouldn’t?
I spend too much time gaming. I tell myself it’s not a problem but as a student I sometimes 

have days of no work to do and hours to myself and sometimes I slip up and mess up my sleep doing the thing I hate that I love to do. On a side note, I don’t like the label of gamer, the label itself is contrived and has a negative connotation.

What are you interested in that most people haven’t heard of?
I have a burning passion for Dungeons and Dragons, a role playing tabletop game that isn’t very popular in Brunei. I’ve learned all the rules and learned to Dungeon Master just to be able to play the game and I’ve roped many of my friends into trying it, but preparation for the game is just so much work and so my time playing has dropped off. However, if I had time and willing participants, this is what I would spend my entire life doing.


As the last human on Earth, what would you do?
I would start a farm. I would find a nice piece of land and start raising crops and animals to keep me company as well as to keep me busy, and hopefully my knowledge of biology would help me out a little bit. Then I would hoard electronics and try to keep myself entertained until I figure out a sustainable energy source.

What’s the title of the current chapter of your life?
Out of Depth and Out of Time. In this stage in my life I’ve come to understand that I still have a lot to learn but I need those skills right now and in trying to learn and cope with the hurricane that life is at this stage. I feel that I’m underqualified and I don’t have enough time.


What gives your life meaning?
Laughter. I’ve learned that laughter, although not appropriate in every situation, is one the best ways to deal with and learn to appreciate all the good, bad and in-between in my life.