They say home is where your heart is. So to know where my home is, first I have to know where my heart has been. Continue reading
My university in Japan has really interesting classes. By interesting, I mean frickin’ awesome ! because in most classes, not only that I get to do lots of field trips, but also hands-on experiences. Amazing, right? No? Okay, moving on… Continue reading
Few weeks ago I went to Haebaru Museum, one of cultural centres in Okinawa. One thing that immediately came to my mind was : “ugh, not again”. Because naturally, all museums are associated with old things, and old things mean boring things. But not this one. This is when I learned how first impression is not always the right one. Continue reading
Since I had been to Tsuboya town, I remember thinking that the trip to Tsuboya Pottery Museum will be boring and uninteresting. But boy, I was wrong. I have this feeling of amazement once I got out of the bus and walking around Tsuboya Town to reach the museum Continue reading
Me : Your table is broken.
Friend : I know. Hey, you’re an engineer, right ? Can you fix it for me ?
Pretty much a conversation I used to have with non-engineer friends of mine. Continue reading
Whenever I am in the mood, I enjoy watching spoken-word poetry. Along with my quest to discover spoken-word talents, I stumbled upon this poem told by an Indian tribe of Southern Alaska to a missionary in 1896. I think this poem is so strong and worth sharing. Enjoy. Continue reading
It’s always a little awkward when your friends found out that you’re single now. Continue reading