Many construct buildings while I construct villages. Villages grow into towns, into cities; a building will always just “be”. Buildings are made with strong foundations that take years to build, yet once those foundations are set in stone – literally – there is very little chance of changing it without uprooting everything the building worked towards … More Change, Expand and Grow
“Inherited fortunes are a misfortune that can only lead to sloth.” ~Alfred Nobel~ Money is volatile, it comes and goes, and even when it comes, it doesn’t necessarily lower the cost of living. In this generation, combined with growing up in a commercially competitive society, you soon learn that chasing money will get you nowhere. … More The Monetary Mistake
In light of the Umbrella Revolution which started on Friday night, September 26th, 2014, an anthem has been spreading around the networks of Hong Kong. The lyrics are really powerful, and I’ve taken the liberty to translate them to the best of my understanding. If there are any errors, feel free to comment. I will … More Do You Hear The People Sing?
I really can’t stay I’ve got to go away But baby it’s cold outside… ~Dean Martin~ Growing up in the city, one would presume Christmas to be a romantic break from the usual setting of cars and noise. Yet somehow, even with the reposeful romantic jazz as background music in every shop, around every corner … More Baby, It’s Cold Outside