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

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

Conversations on the way we are

I have been doing a lot of thinking lately (funnily enough), about the way we interact with every person, and how wonderfully different every individual is. A week ago, I read a surprisingly long article, that I read from start to bottom without skipping a word, which is a rarity for a speed reader like … Continue reading Conversations on the way we are

Finding Neverland

Every morning as I take my walk to Victoria Park I stare around at the sky, and then the old clock attached to the brick building. Finally I gaze at the ground and walk past the words in clear font in light blue chalk "Neverland". When I step over the words I like to think … Continue reading Finding Neverland