An outgoing and dynamic individual, Kenneth Lee loves travelling and believes that travelling is more important than saving for a home.
Born in Kuching, Sarawak on the north coast of the island of Borneo, Kenneth received his secondary education at SMK Green Road. He later furthered his tertiary education at the Peninsular Malaysia-based University of Tunku Abdul Rahman (UTAR), where he graduated with a Bachelor of Communication (1st Class Hons) in Journalism. It was also at the same university that he had eventually pursued and was awarded a Master of Communication by research.
Kenneth was briefly attached to Malaysia’s largest English daily The Star. Some of his written work while working as a journalist there can be read here.
Otherwise, Kenneth has been devotedly serving in the education industry. He was first attached to the Faculty of Arts and Social Science of UTAR for close to two years, before moving on to lecture at the Legenda Education Group (LEG) for about five years.
In 2015, Kenneth decided to take a break from work to travel Asia, only to eventually land himself a teaching job in Chumphon, Thailand. There, he met his better half, Mai, now wife.
After two wonderful years in Thailand, in 2017 Kenneth went back to serve in the higher education industry, where he was the Head of Programme for Diploma in Mass Communication at INTI International College Penang.
He is currently attached to the Faculty of Creative Industries of UTAR (Sungai Long campus) as a lecturer and pursuing his PhD.
Kenneth can be contacted here.