PETALING JAYA: From blazing the lanes at the bowling alley to cooking up a storm in the kitchen, Sin Li Jane is not short of talent.
With no training and roll-off sessions due to Covid-19, national bowler Li Jane has taken up cooking as a new hobby to pass the time.
And she is turning out to be a good cook too!
The 27-year-old Li Jane says she always gives her best in whatever she chooses to do.
“Cooking is quite fun and easy. At home, we have fresh meat and vegetables, so I try to cook something healthy, ” said Li Jane, who is with her mother and brother in Kuala Lumpur, while her father and grandmother are in Ipoh during the two-week movement control order period.
“I’ve cooked soup, vegetables and some meat dishes too – but I still watch my diet.
“I guess, we’ve to keep ourselves busy at home, make our own meals, do workout, clean the house, read a book or watch movies.
“I know it’s hard to say there’s nothing to fear but life goes on. I’m also concerned with the well-being of the frontliners and I wish them well, ” added Li Jane,
“Apart from going for training, the gym and university classes, I have been staying at home even before the movement restriction order was imposed, ” said the Business Administration student at Sunway University.
Last year, Li Jane won the Sarawak Open and the European Bowling Tour Masters in Madrid.
She also qualified for three stepladder finals at the Thailand Open (sixth), Malaysian Open (second) and USBC Queens in the United States (second) and was named as Asia’s top woman bowler.
Li Jane however, hoped the situation will get better as it was important to get back to the alley to take part in the roll-offs.
“Our coach usually sets up different oiling patterns for the roll-offs. It is important to monitor my accuracy on the lanes, scores will definitely show based on my sparing and strikes.
“Can’t wait to get back to the lanes once the situation gets better.”