A New Zealander’s Story On Being Chinese

I finished reading Being Chinese - A New Zealander's Story by Helene Wong in two days, and it really made me think about my own background, experiences and thoughts on being a New Zealander. Wong was born in Taihape, with a mixture of second and third generation in her family, and in her book, she explores her … Continue reading A New Zealander’s Story On Being Chinese

Learn From The Past, Plan For The Future & Stay In The Present

There has been a lot of changes that I've been planning for in my life. I recently read a book called The Present by Spencer Johnson. I recommend the book to anyone in any stage of their life. It's the kind of book that you can read in less than a day, but it contains … Continue reading Learn From The Past, Plan For The Future & Stay In The Present

Book Review: All The Light We Cannot See

I recall the moment when I had bought the book and was walking out the book store with the pages in my hand. A women stopped me and said "I absolutely love that book, the ending made me cry." I smiled at her and went on with my day. After finishing the book, I feel … Continue reading Book Review: All The Light We Cannot See

Book Review: L’art de la Simplicité

If I could wrap up this book as simply as possible, I would say that it was truly inspiring, enlightening and gives us a pinch of a reminder for what we already know deep inside. Living life each day is an experience that all 7 billion of us have. If you have ever questioned "What is the meaning … Continue reading Book Review: L’art de la Simplicité

Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Children

I just finished the book today, and as soon as I finished it, I felt keen to see the film adaptation coming out this year. I thought the book was so wonderfully creepy and mysterious. It wasn't scary, but more gruesome in some parts. The main character is called Jacob, who is close to his … Continue reading Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiar Children

Excuse Me, Your Life Is Waiting

When I was younger, I was taught the principles of the law of attraction. As a highly sensitive person, I am incredibly emotional. This can be an advantage, and disadvantage. Our thoughts and feelings are incredibly powerful. What we think and how we feel results in what actions we take. In a world that is filled with billions … Continue reading Excuse Me, Your Life Is Waiting

What The Little Prince Taught Me

Growing up, you may of read The Little Prince by  Antoine de Saint-Exupéry. As I was sitting in a cafe called Woolloomooloo in Taipei last year with my dear friend, she told me how she was reading the book. It brought back a lot of memories of the book, and as one of those classics that … Continue reading What The Little Prince Taught Me