Dreaming every night has been the norm for me. When I tell other people about my dreams, they usually look bewildered. I’m trying hard to get better deep sleep. My love for Fujiya chocolate has been revived. I don’t draw as often. It’s gone from everyday to every few months. It’s sad that… Read More MAR17 Collection of Random Thoughts
I mentioned the Harry Potter fundraiser previously. How time flies! Ready or not, photo spam time. ＼(￣▽￣)／ PREP All of the work below was done by teammates. ADVERTISEMENT Jill’s the main organizer and she went HAM. Newspapers, radio stations, posters, you name it. I helped with posters and getting more students involved in the… Read More You’re a Fundraiser, Harry!
2.27.17 Lost Mom for a few hours today. I waited at the usual place to pick her up, getting there half an hour earlier. 8 o’ clock arrived, the time that marked the end of her shift, and there was no sign of her. Over the next 40 minutes, I grew increasingly anxious and worried. She… Read More The Night I Lost My Mom for Two Whole Hours
In everyday American culture, politeness is valued above most qualities. But how often is empathy substituted by politeness? On January 27, 2014, a trending status popped up on my Facebook homepage: You know the most f*cked up thing about our society is? We’re only allowed to express what we hate openly, and what we love quietly. You… Read More Loud Hatred and Quiet Love in Society: Interview with Steve H.
My friend Alex Wen, writer and reviewer of many things, joins me in selecting the finest Valentine’s Day movies sure to make you go, “Why?” while munching on popcorn. Strawberries and champagne included, ‘cause that’s what we like. 12 Angry Men (1957) An 18-year-old Hispanic boy stabs his father to death. Now what? 12 Angry Men… Read More 6 Unconventional Love Stories Perfect for Valentine’s Day