Close to 1,200 athletes from 10 South-east Asian nations are competing at the 8th Asean Para Games in Singapore. Get to know the foreign athletes better as The Straits Times picks out one every day. Today: Thai badminton player Chawarat Kitichokwattana
Q Who is your favourite athlete and why?
A China badminton player Lin Dan. He's a very smart player. I met him last year when he came to Thailand to play an exhibition match with Boonsak Ponsana for our king's birthday.
Q Where was your last selfie taken?
A At the infinity pool on top of Marina Bay Sands two days ago.
Q What is your impression of Singapore?
A It's my first time here. Everything is clean, it's excellent.
Q What other para sport do you want to watch this week and why?
A Swimming and wheelchair racing. I like racing.
Q What is your favourite food back home and why?
A Tom yum goong. I love spicy food and it's delicious.
Q Who is your hero and why?
A MotoGP rider Valentino Rossi. He's very good at what he does and seems to have a great personality.
Q What is on your bucket list?
A Skydiving. I think it will be very thrilling.
Q How did you pick up badminton?
A My older brother introduced it to me when I was 13.
Q Do you have any pre-game ritual?
A I listen to music before a match. Today I listened to the new James Bond movie theme song Writing's on the Wall by Sam Smith, and Wiz Khalifa's See You Again.
Q What is your wish for the APG?
A To win gold.