Matthew is currently in his final year studying Geography at University College London. Having stayed in London all his life, Matthew’s keen to get out of his comfort zone and traverse new experiences in faraway places. He’s eager about sport, especially rugby, having played throughout secondary school and uni.
Despite unsuccessfully dabbling in the gym and Origami society, Matthew is committed to exploring new activities. As of recent, you may find him bouldering an indoor wall or scuba diving off the coast of Thailand, both of which he hopes to continue in the long run. He’s also fond of documentaries (loves Louis Theroux) and podcasts (an avid fan of Beyond Today).
In his spare time, Matthew enjoys playing some Chopin (on occasion), binge-watching the latest shows on Netflix and seeing family and friends.
Huang analyses the implications of what Brexit would mean to a Britain historically aligned with western Europe.
Huang discusses the link between wealth inequality in the UK and voting patterns with regard to the Brexit referendum of 2016.