Stones into Schools

I have been reading the second book of Greg Mortenson's, "Stones into Schools", and follows his life helping kids in the most remote reaches of Afghanistan and Pakistan by building schools and lifting the crushing poverty that has plagued this group of people living there. The more I read, the more inspiring his stories are... Continue Reading →

Things to do during the holidays

Seriously CANNOT wait for the exams to be over. I'm pretty much through with this semester. Very lousy semester for me. Oh well, no point in hovering over the negativities. In the meantime I have come with a list of things to do during the holidays. Games to play: Play and complete Modern Warfare II.... Continue Reading →


You know i bought the onitsuka meets the mini shoes at 230 bucks a week ago and i still havent wear them yet! Its such a waste! I told me mum that i dont mind putting it up on display and NOT wearing it at all. She told me i was crazy. You know the... Continue Reading →

A Reader’s Guide to R.A. Salvatore’s Legend of Drizzt

Finally the mother of all Drizzt books has been published! The ultimate guide to all things Drizzt, based on the novels by R.A.Salvatore, covering every book that has ever been published about the legendary Forgotten Realms character, Drizzt Do'urden. The book, entitled, A Reader's Guide to R.A.Salvatore's Legend of Drizzt, encompasses all the background information... Continue Reading →

Y the Last Man Graphic Novel Complete!

After a year of waiting and collecting, the final volume of Y the Last Man graphic novel, Volume 10, has finally hit the shelves. This volume concludes the the epic story of Yorick Brown, the last surviving male, after a mysterious event happened that obliterated the entire male population of the world. As the story... Continue Reading →


Okie, i know some of you must be ranting at me for not updating my blog for so long. This is not the first time that i went on hiatus either. As always i have to find my urge and inspiration to write. If not, ill just put this blog at the back of my... Continue Reading →

One Liter of Tears (Aya’s Diary)

I finally found the book that i've been searching for months. Deep inside the Japanese section of the Kinokuniya Bookstore at Takashimaya, I found the translated version of Aya's Diary. Some of you may be familiar with the hit J-Dorama, One Liter of Tears, which accounts the life of a young girl, Aya Kito who... Continue Reading →


I started reading comics only recently, about a year ago. It was at that time, i started telling myself to get into the whole comic/graphic novel scene and immerse myself into this new form of storytelling art. As mentioned previously, I like any form of medium, so long as something tells a beautiful story and... Continue Reading →

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