Reviews – Spiderman: Homecoming, Baby Driver, & Dunkirk

Last week I watched 3 movies, and while I fully intended on sitting down to write more thought-out and extensive reviews, I decided that if I don’t do this now I will probably forget the initial feelings I had coming out of the theater. So in lieu of a more well-written entry, here’s a quick, completely unfiltered and unedited version of my reviews. Spiderman: Homecoming … Continue reading Reviews – Spiderman: Homecoming, Baby Driver, & Dunkirk

Searching for Home

I’m about two months late on this recap, but things just picked up so quickly as soon as I returned to New York from my travels that I never got the chance to sit down and write anything longer than a social media post about it. Over the course of 3 weeks, my journeys took me through 8 airports, 2 National Parks, 4 costal cities, … Continue reading Searching for Home

A Changing Posture

Like the most of the rest of the world, I bypassed January 20, 2017 attempting to pinch myself from the reality of the new American administration. I have still yet to refer to him to his newfound title, and I’m not sure when that’s going to happen. There is a sense of fear, in the absolute uncertainty of the imminent future, but also a sense of hope, … Continue reading A Changing Posture

The Briefest Summary of my thoughts over the last few days

When I woke up around 3:30am EST on Wednesday morning, the first thought that went through my head was about how one of my favorite theologians, Dietrich Bonhoeffer, was so convinced that Hitler needed to be taken down, he became a part of Operation Valkyrie, though he knew that murder was wrong. I subsequently wondered how appropriate it would be for a similar operation to … Continue reading The Briefest Summary of my thoughts over the last few days

“Leftover Women” of China

I don’t often identify myself as a person of Chinese descent, because there’s such a complicated history between mainland China and Taiwan. To be completely honest, I spend very little of my time thinking about being an “Asian American” because of how little that identity actually influences me, yet I feel that having spent my formative years growing up in Taiwan probably makes me “more Asian” than … Continue reading “Leftover Women” of China