Monthly Archives: January 2015

Explore-A-Month: A 2015 Resolution Proposal to Americans

Literary street art in the Hawthorne District of Portland, a less-than-enthusiastic car found in Abilene, Kansas, Vancouver’s version of Chinatown, and the wild terrain of an abandoned backyard near my house. All with its own unique charm. It’s shown that … Continue reading

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THE MATHEMATICIAN

Your desktop background nods to computer algorithms Bookshelves filled with organic chemistry and complex physics. A tree grows in your room, in honor of your alma mater And when you play music, you dissect wavelengths, patterns, deciphering art into a … Continue reading

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The 88 Steps

Photo courtesy of Jeff Su. The 88 Steps is a San Gabriel Valley phenomenon, a local attraction for Chinese-American teenagers looking for something fun to do on Friday nights. According to legend, the elusive flight of steps is located in … Continue reading

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