A poem is a picture made of words. The author may want to say something through this form of art, but people may not always understand what he/she really means. It's amazing how many perspectives can be drawn from a piece of work. The whole point of a poem may not reach everyone, but bits … Continue reading A (na)analogy
https://successinspirer.wordpress.com/2018/01/24/breakfast-in-china/ In many cultures and countries, breakfast is considered the most important meal of the day. In China, people start to line up for breakfast in front of local "breakfast tables/stalls" (as I call them) as early as 7 a.m until 9 a.m before going to work or school. Images' source Breakfast in China differs … Continue reading Breakfast in China
The last two weeks have been hellishly sweet, frantically trying, and vomittingly beautiful. The first week I was engulfed by a wave of assignments and reports. And as soon as I finished the assignments (which was Sunday last), it was as if fate was jealous of my happiness and decided to fuck with it, twice, but … Continue reading Updates
Iworld this year was a smaller event than last year’s but as always, everyone enjoyed themselves just as much or maybe more. This year I represented my country, Mauritius at the iworld and thus it was more memorable. However, since I am also a Rotaractor, I also helped the Rotaract Suzhou booth. The day before … Continue reading Iworld
It is not easy to live away from your loved ones, in a new environment with new rules and a new culture. But despite the cultural differences, you get used to the new way of life. Here are few things I like and dislike.
I look like an Indian, speak a weird language which is neither English nor French but I use English and French words in my sentences and I am considered African. Where am I from? What if I say that I am from the land of the dodos? People are often confused about where I come … Continue reading My Country