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March has been kind to me, although it has been a chaotically busy time. School is now in full swing, and, with work in the morning and a vibrant social life, my time these days are productive, exhausting and slightly—very—frantic. … Continue reading →
Tagged Alchemist, birthday, blog, books, Café Müller, Haruki Murakami, Le Sacre du Printemps, Life, Mexican food, nachos, National Theater and Concert Hall in Taipei, Paulo Coelho, pâtisserie français Mr. Bruno taipei, personal, Pina Bausch, Taipei, Taiwan, Tanztheatre Wuppertal, Wood, 國家戲劇院
Has it really been that long? Mid-April. That was the last time I wrote a post in sincerity—a quick colloquium on Nekomimi, and with the help of a guest nonetheless. The last time I completed a piece alone was even … Continue reading →
Posted on May 14, 2012 by Yi |
As most of you know by now, I am in Taiwan. It has been quite a drastic change at this stage of my life; so drastic, in fact, that I am finding it increasingly difficult to do all the things … Continue reading →
Just another not-so-small update on my personal life.
Posted in Life Update
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