One Last

So, I've been thinking. Aren't people always late? Well, maybe sometimes for work, but what I'm trying to say is, usually when they have something to tell to someone, they won't be able to tell it to the person not until that person is dead or gone wherein they will regret their decision of not…Read more One Last


Protected: You

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I Remain

Image from Today's Carolinian 2 years ago, I was but one of the students who took the challenge to run for the university student council. As much as I was thrilled about the thought of running, I was terrified at the same time, to the point that I started to question if I was making the…Read more I Remain


It’s a Chinese Thing

Image from Steven Lim's video, "Restaurant Kid" If you are Chinese and you have a family business going on, then as a child, you have probably been manning your business since you were like, 6 or 7 years old maybe? You know that age when you can finally memorize the multiplication table in Chinese (Hokkien to…Read more It’s a Chinese Thing


Life of Lies

: How are you? : I'm good. You asked me how I was doing. As usual, I said that everything was going well. The best answer there is if you want a dead-end conversation, but I didn't want that. You said, "That's good." : You don't really look good. You okay? : That's normal. Ever…Read more Life of Lies


Growing Up

Image from Steven Lim's video, "Restaurant Kid" Growing up was kinda hard for me. I had such super busy parents because they had to keep up with our business in order to support my brother and I for our educational needs and of course, our needs as a family. I can't deny the fact that…Read more Growing Up


January 30, 2016

... ♪ Picture perfect memories, Scattered all around the floor. ♪ ... ... Shit. Am I drunk? But I only drank thrice. Hmmm... I don't think so. I mean, I still have full control of my mind. I'm probably just tipsy. God, I feel like vomiting. Is this how they feel? This feels terrible. All…Read more January 30, 2016