Halloween's Game for Love

an unbelievable tail

Hey 🖐!

What are y’all doing this weekend? I had this amazing Korean dinner with friends. The side dishes were amazing (free refill too!) but the highlight was the spicy octopus (black bowl on the right side). What's your fav food?

River of Update

If you haven’t had the chance to listen, here’s the full transcript of my podcast.

Accounting Job is Boring. Or is it?

Time is the longest distance between two places

I just finished a project about recreating an atmosphere, so this image was striking in it’s simplicity. If you look at the place itself, there is nothing special about it. However, when you incorporate the passage of time, voila!

Your experiences in life decorate your simple self the way the seasons beautify the humble temple

Which season is your fav?

P.S. I’ll have a magazine about my atmosphere recreation next week!

Mundane Halloween

Before Mariah Carey take over the rest of the year, enjoy Japan and Taiwan’s everyday people and situations Halloween. Speaking of which, the history of Halloween is pretty spooky. What you might not know is that apple bobbing was once a game young women played for love

What a Tail!

A Dutch metro train went past the end of its track but instead of crashing to the ground 30 feet below, it was caught by a sculpture of a whale's tail made out of plastic. What's ironic is the sculpture name is “Saved by the Whale’s Tail.”

It looks like a modern art, perhaps they should leave it there?

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