A lost in self-determination, an exit for future.
Last night, I dreamed of the history class in senior high school, with the image that the teacher tells us the difference between 'liberty' and 'freedom', yet they are not distinguished from one another in Chinese. They are all called '自由', which literally means 'obey yourself'. So, I just grabbed a piece of paper and... Continue Reading →
Today I wanna share you a speech presented by Wang Leehom 10 years ago at Oxford University. He is a Taiwanese-American, a very well-known Mandopop singer-songwriter. Leehom created 'Chinked-out' (C-pop), a musical style fusing Chinese elements with hi-pop and R&B. Holding honorary doctoral degrees from both William College and Berklee, he insists devoting himself to creating... Continue Reading →