Monthly Archives: October 2014

A Kindergarten Teacher

“What a marvelous question!” Ying exclaimed. “They are not only truly monogamous but also truly immortal, so as to understand the true meaning of eternal bliss. Do we have to wait for Christine to come up with immortality?” “What do … Continue reading

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Geometric Origin

Not at all finding it appropriate to place mathematics above physics, Ying decided to review the basics of physics with her audience. “Well, recall that a graviton is a geometric origin at which point time is absolute zero within the … Continue reading

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A Good Deal

My novel is getting too cluttered with dialogs, briefings and lectures, all of which necessary for the development of the story. Usually, an author would narrate the story as an omniscient narrator, but I chose my characters to be the … Continue reading

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Umbrella Revolution?

This blog post (http://qz.com/281951/as-a-mainlander-hong-kongs-protests-inspire-and-sadden-me/) isn’t exactly great, but it inspired me to write this post, which agrees with it to a certain extent. I grew up in Taiwan and had liked the Hong Kong culture due to Jin-Yong until I … Continue reading

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The Sound Of “Us”

The sound of “Us” contagious be In “pages,” “living in,” “A den of thieves,” contagious she, And on it goes to win. Contagious and contagious be, In mumbling strange unseen, A song not drunk or drunk in “sleep,” In “keep” … Continue reading

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Us? How?

These are the best songs of Regina Spektor thus far, who really should have done better with her dull albums. This is how the story went. Stunned with the performance of “How”, I went on to google her discography to … Continue reading

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Her

A little wit, a breeze of fall, An autumn fresh and new Is life again in Montreal And love forever two. A stunning face, a flawless nose Atop her lips that touch, Is brighter than a budding rose, A spark … Continue reading

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