I actually wanted to share multiple interesting things I came across recently, but this single book review was more than sufficient a post by itself (which really shows how much I like this book), so here goes a post dedicated to "The Art of Productive Disagreement"! A weed is but an unloved flower (just like... Continue Reading →
I don't believe time heals everything. Pain accumulates- head being all over the place, mini existential crisis, guys from the past, family and just trying to get my shit together. Time passes, but the pain is still there. It comes back to haunt you, again and again. My experience in counseling sessions last time taught... Continue Reading →
Happy Lunar New Year everyone! School just started two weeks ago, and I told myself to update the blog more frequently, so here I am using the Chinese New Year holidays to pen down a thought or two. Last semester was filled with feelings of uncertainty because university felt like an entirely different phase of... Continue Reading →
Sometimes, we need to stop beating ourselves up for taking breaks and enjoying life once in a while.
Finally, the long-awaited part of my life has arrived: I am a university freshmen! The past two weeks were full of orientation, camps, making new friends, meeting seniors and professors, having 3am confessions while hungover (not me), and most significant of all- moving into my dormitory. Against the backdrop of change, aka not knowing what... Continue Reading →
“我总感觉，大多数人这样度过一生，好像不大对劲儿。我承认这种生活的社会价值，我也看到它井然有序的幸福，但是，我的血液里有一种强烈的冲动，渴望一种桀骜不驯的旅程。这样的安逸总让我惊惧。我的心渴望更加惊险的生活。只要我能有所改变, 改变和不可预知的冒险，我将踏上嶙峋怪石, 哪怕激流险滩。” —月亮与六便士 (click to read more!)
This piece of writing was inspired by the news of Dakota Crescent's redevelopment and it explores the intangible values of estates in the historical, cultural and social realms. Advice: You may want to read the Chinese writing below first if you are a Chinese reader, and return to the english introduction afterwards. The following paragraphs... Continue Reading →