(True story, personal share. Enjoy!) My first vacation was at the age of 3, to a place in Malaysia called the Cameron Highlands, a mountainous region with valleys, hills, and Venus flytraps. It was known for its tea plantations and strawberry farms. As a toddler, I didn’t know that this would be my family’s chosen … More The Cameron Highlands: Malaysia
Growing up, my mother always taught me that our “life path” is like a stream, ever flowing, moving forward. We are to follow the path wherever it leads, even if it means warding off spiders, swinging through branches, climbing over rocks, and swimming through rapids. As we grow, we gather knowledge, experience, friends, lovers, challenges, … More Life is Like A Stream
As a former educator, I often ponder why the concept of “grammar” has become one of those slightly less debated grey-areas. While I do understand that grammar can be subjective in the sense that different types of English use different types of syntax, it does breed the question “how far is too far” in terms … More Is Grammar Actually Important?