SO shared cocktails with the beautiful, albeit shy Lori Chinn last Monday at the official opening of the Macau Gaming Lounge. Chinn, who is the executive assistant to her father Rory, director of Macau Enterprises, put shyness aside to share deets on the Lounge and more.
What are you sipping today?
The Real Macau.
What kind of day are you having?
I'm having an exciting day.
Socialite or homebody?
Flats or stilettos?
Jeans or LBD?
Who does your hair?
Who does your nails?
I have them done at The Body Palace on Constant Spring Road.
What is your must-have accessory?
When you are not working, where is the best place to find you?
In a sentence, how would you describe yourself?
I'm a practical, detail-oriented professional.
What is the best piece of advice you have ever received?
Do your best in everything you do.
What is the best piece of advice you have ever given?
If you really want to achieve something, then nothing can stop you.
What is your proudest achievement to date?
Being recognised as the Final Year Outstanding Student at Nova Southeastern University where I majored in accounting with a minor in finance at the undergraduate level.
What's next for you?
Developing my business skills and learning from those who know and have attained success, such as my father Rory Chinn.
Who or what inspires you?
My father inspires me. He is one of the smartest businessmen I know and he has always encouraged me to be the best and do my best at all times.
What are your medium-term goals for Macau Gaming Lounge and Bar?
To ensure that the business grows and changes with the industry, while providing a fulsome experience for an ever-expanding customer base.
Where do you see yourself 10 years from now?
A successful entrepreneur, wife and mother.