As one mystery comes to a close, a new one begs for answers.
Awareness of your regular sleeping hours can teach you a thing or two.
“One man made her stronger. Another made her a target.”
We all have our reasons why we blog. Here is mine.
So after few months of hiatus from watching Korean drama series, I decided that it’s time to take a look at my watchlist and see what’s interesting. And given my personal bias to saeguks (Korean historical period dramas), it’s a given that I’ll pick one from the genre. So Hwarang it is. The story It’s a
Ho Chi Min’s Tower Eye with a nice coffee in hand When you bump into a whole bunch of crocodile meat on the table while strolling the Food Market or having a Vietnamese coffee from the top of Bitexco Financial Tower, it’s no ordinary short vacation. Because the extraordinary is what visiting the Ho Chi
“I’m a journalist. It’s my job to challenge assumptions until they’re proven otherwise, that’s all I’m doing.” – Lee Strobel (played by: Mike Vogel) The Case for Christ is a 2017 movie based on a true story of a former investigative journalist for the Chicago Tribune, Lee Strobel. It highlighted his life as an atheist
OVERVIEW: Handa Seishuu, a 23 – year old guy and a son of a great calligrapher considers himself a prodigy. He is young, good looking and has great calligraphy skills just like his dad. But after receiving that ‘highly conformist’ and ‘copybook – style’ comment from a renowned director of a calligraphy exhibit, he felt
(DISCLAIMER: This article is originally published at itsrandomtina blog site and written by Cristina.) Perhaps, some of you are most likely reading this blog during your coffee break or lunch break, or before hitting the sack, during the time you could have spent playing your dog, goofing around with your friends or simply getting some