Every few months my bedroom goes through a major cleanup session. The past few days have been dedicated to doing just that, and so far it's the biggest cleanup that it's been through. I know that as time goes by the bedroom will become progressively unorganised and basically show signs of living. Books are not… Continue reading saubermachen
This post isn't a particularly happy one and has to do with the loss of an animal. Back in 2016 we had a chicken named Maya. I named her that way because it was the Indonesian word for chicken (Ayam) reversed. We had her for around a month. So far she's just been running around… Continue reading pocky
[Apparently this was drafted last night around 1:50 AM with only the title and first line in it. I'm only opening this again at 10:54 AM. I feel a lot better about the new year.] Here's a bunch of stuff that I need to get done by this year (that I can think of at… Continue reading plan a
I've been considering on reviving this blog for a while now but never got around to doing anything about it. On the rare times that I post, I do so without sparing it a second thought. Initially I had a goal to read 30 books in one year. I didn't complete the challenge, but I… Continue reading a reflection
In It, her first book, the global fashion-trendsetter Alexa Chung shares her own very personal inspirations, musings and eclectic sense of style. A truly one-off collection of Alexa's writing, doodles and photographs, It combines stories of early style inspirations such as her grandpa and the Spice Girls, discussion of figures of obsession like Jane Birkin… Continue reading Review: It by Alexa Chung
This analysis was originally written for a university application back in February. Unfortunately, I was not accepted into the school. Looking back, I could've improved this essay a lot more. Nonetheless, I am still proud of the result. The paper discusses the use of perspective in a narrative that has been prominently present in the… Continue reading How do films utilise perspective as a tool to engage with the audience?
I decided to post up a video yesterday. A form of experimentation if you'd like. Instead of posting both a blog post and a video in a week, i'll try to alternate; sometimes it's going to be a blog post, other times a video. I'm trying to explore a lot with this media type so… Continue reading eight weeks and friends