Monthly Archives: March 2012

Food For Thought

Here are some interesting articles I’ve recently read and that I’d like to share: The White Savior Industrial Complex Teju Cole writes his response to the Kony 2012 video and discusses what he sees to be the new “White Man’s … Continue reading

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Generation Q

In middle school, I went through a phase when I collected anything with (and sometimes things without) sentimental value and taped them to the wall of my bedroom – ticket stubs, photos, newspaper clippings, fortune cookie slips, bumper stickers, etc. … Continue reading

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The evolution of study music through a chem303 lab report

4:00 pm – Still in lab. Listening to popular music because I’m too embarrassed to be caught listening to the “weird stuff” 7:15 pm – Being productive. Nice, instrumental music. I. Love. Bela Fleck. 10:30 pm – Starting to get restless. Need … Continue reading

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On respecting my parents and sharing their stories

I’ve always had a love-hate relationship with my parents and my Chinese upbringing*. One of my favorite Oscar Wilde quotes is “Children begin by loving their parents; as they grow older they judge them; sometimes they forgive them.” I began to … Continue reading

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