Un bon mot ne prouve rien.
I believe life is just a story we tell ourselves to make sense of senseless things.
That's why it's so important to tell good stories.
I'm a Chinese immigrant. I moved here when I was three. I had to learn American culture because my parents grew up in communist China and couldn't provide the most traditional of American upbringings, but thanks to that, dissecting culture is now a passion of mine.
We were too poor to afford cable when I was a kid so I watched a lot of PBS. Consequently, I'm a science nerd, I love nature docs, and Jacques Pepin is my culinary Rafiki (shout out to the 90s).
I've always talked too much. My earliest report cards all noted that I could be disruptive in class. I tend to rant if you hit the right button.
I hate authority figures.
I had a teacher once arbitrate a middle school argument about space. She gave the wrong answer. All the other kids assumed I was wrong. Seriously, fuck authority figures. Gravity is a property of all matter.
I believe good work comes from working with good people.
I strive to be a good person.