In this series, AsiaOne speaks to individuals who find themselves changing careers and steering their lives in a new direction, whether by choice or
She went from singing at pubs software engineer, thanks to Covid-19 pandemic

She went from singing at pubs software engineer, thanks to Covid-19 pandemic

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She went from singing at pubs software engineer, thanks to Covid-19 pandemic

She went from singing at pubs software engineer, thanks to Covid-19 pandemic

She went from singing at pubs software engineer, thanks to Covid-19 pandemic

She went from singing at pubs software engineer, thanks to Covid-19 pandemic
She went from singing at pubs software engineer, thanks to Covid-19 pandemic
In this series, AsiaOne speaks to individuals who find themselves changing careers and steering their lives in a new direction, whether by choice or circumstance.  Deborah Jean Lee was forced to give up a career she took five years to build, all thanks to the Covid-19 pandemic. Like many others, her livelihood as a performer was unexpectedly curtailed during the circuit breaker period, when live entertainment venues were forced to shut their doors. It had always been the 28-year-old's life-long dream to be in the music industry. "I grew up in a musical family, and both my parents and I sang and performed in the church choir." After graduating from Singapore Polytechnic with a diploma in music and audio technology, she worked odd jobs as a painter and cook while finding her footing as a singer.

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She went from singing at pubs software engineer, thanks to Covid-19 pandemic