Coming back to my hometown, I’ve noticed that the amount of shops has tripled. Even the narrowest of sidewalks is filled with vendors craning to get customers. Continue reading “Rough, Ready and Early for Christmas”
Last week, we were tasked to create something that leans on our assigned topic. “Finding one’s sense of purpose” is the topic that we picked, and we chose to create a poster about it. Continue reading “The Definition of Purpose”
There came a time when Hazel Grace was on the ground; Augustus is now with the stars and after a short-lived journey, Hazel ends the story with the word “Okay.” As the credits start to roll and the lights turn on one by one, in an instant, the curiosity of the vanished universe of the story starts to pressure my mind. A story this tragic makes me crave for what will happen next in Hazel’s life, even though it ends there.
It is said that a story’s universe starts when the storyteller mentions the first word, when a reader reads the first word of the book, and when the first frame starts on a film, and then it ends when the curtains close and the screen turns to black. Continue reading “Trying to Marry Hazel Grace: The Fiction and The Non-Fiction”
Sitting in the porch, I and my grandmother enjoy the afternoon wind coming from the east. This is one of my favourite times of the day, right about when the sun is not almost but close to setting, the wind is flowing coolly and the sky is at it’s most beautiful shade of blue. Continue reading “Growing Up in a Forest”
Recently, I bought new equipment for my GoPro. A friend of mine said that a GoPro camera should come with different accessories for it to be really functional and to make the most out of it. At first, I didn’t know what to get since there are tons of accessories that go along with a GoPro camera, so I decided to just buy them all! Frankly, some of them I don’t know what they’re for, but I’ll try to make logical guesses. Continue reading “40 GoPro Accessories: (A Clueless) Equipment Breakdown”
Since I was a little kid in kindergarten, my mother tells me that she will send me to the best university. I’ve always wandered around and wondered, doing all of these incredible things during my time in preschool, elementary, and high school. I’ve been learning and re-learning, and all throughout those thinking, there was always the word “college” in the back of my mind.
My first understanding of a “college” is it is just another level of education. I was expecting that math here will be really hard. When I graduated elementary, I thought of high school as something scary and intense when it comes to studying.
Now that I graduated high school, I think of college as something scarier and more intense. Continue reading “Accepted Into All Top Universities; Rejected Them All.”