Canadian Born, Asia-Raised. Currently living in Taiwan. Interests include basically anything tech/web, music (Listen to my album on the left Menu!) Asian Politics and Policy, and Asian Boys lolol.
Exam WeekSo yep, basically I had to fly up to Vancouver to write exams at Kwantlen, which I just actually finished yesterday, woot. I’ve been doing courses via distance learning online, but the exams you have to write at Kwantlen Campus. It’s been a while actually, I almost forgot how to get around in Vancouver. I stayed in Richmond at the Holiday Inn just because it’s close to the Airport and I really only had to go to Kwantlen to write exams.
So currently (Well since last year lol) I’m having a obsession with Skincare, having adopted the ten step Korean skincare routine, and really starting to try out different products and see which one adapts better into my routine.My skin is somewhat sensitive for guys skin, I don’t have acne but I’d say it’s more towards the oily side then dry. I discovered a online website in Toronto which sells Korean Skincare products online, for more then reasonable pricing and since it’s based in Toronto it’s literally only three days from ordering to actually receiving the order. This is actually amazing for me cause prior to that I’d either have to hassle with EBay, or Korean sites, internationally shipping from Korea or some reseller sites in the states and then having to pay custom fees on top of whatever the order costed In USD.
So yes, I totally copied this from the Easy Korean Guy’s skincare guide available here, and just modified it using products that are actually available where I’m living locally right now. You can totally try to source the exact recommendations listed, I just don’t want to end up spending like 500 bucks a month on skin care lol.
The following is a translation from the blog post about new updates to the Android app.Before this December update it was only possible to complete the following functions on the iOS App:• Adding/Editing Pages• Changing the design theme• Managing your plan (Regular/Premium)• Creating a new siteThese functions have now been added to the Android app as of the latest update.
So I’m a huge fan of facial masks, obviously from living in Asia so long it’s like, skincare essentials, ripping open that face mask dripping with sauce, trying to untangle that shit and then align it with your face and push those wrinkles out, stretching it over your face, repeating this process two or three times a week. So yeah, when I heard of the UFO device, only taking 90 seconds per mask - after having the Luna 2 For Men for a while I wanted to get on it.The price tag is a little more steep then the Luna for Men, but I’ve done some research prior to purchasing, also I’ve heard some great things online and I also love my Luna and other Foreo products.
Using Luna 2 For Men now has become a part of my daily routine. Prior to this I would just use my hands to apply cleanser and then rinse and use moisturizer. Luna 2 actually keeps your face super clean and over regular use keeps your skin amazingly glowly and healthy looking. Seriously.
It's with time that we learn hey, that things in the past that have been so hurtful, that we thought would always be a painful memory take on different meaning.Life always throws us shit sometimes and the trial isn't whether or not we get through it, its how we see those moments in the future, how we take them and turn them into something positive and better ourselves from it.That taught me to love myself, and to expect better from someone, and not give myself to someone until someone deserving comes along. In a way now, I'm thankful for what happened. It taught me a lot and in a way I understand you. Maybe you did want the best for me even if you had a completely fucked up way of doing so. That caused me so much fucking pain, but I'm thankful because through that I learned the value of myself, how to enjoy myself and how to focus on my goals and my dreams.So thanks asshole. We live, we learn.