When I was a child, they told me that God had existed before creating the world and will exist after its collapse. At first, it looked unrealistic and they told me to not think about it, it’ll drive me crazy; but within an hour I got my first idea: “we’re trapped in time!” and it means God’s existence is out of time’s boundary (although I’m an atheist now) and science has proven that we’re living in warp of space and time . My point is to analyse and thinking critically, find what are you interested in, then go for it!
Everyone’s interest will change through years. I wasn’t quite sure what I’m going to be, but had some interests in physics and biology, now I’m blogging and developing websites but looking more for topics like Black Hole, Multiverse, Quantum Physics, DNA, Water, Energies, etc. Yeah, what we make money of might be different with what we’re interested in, but at least try not to hate your course/carrier.
Finally we got a cultural Japanese club in our university, I never had enough confident and time to start it by my own. Our first meeting was last week and we’re preparing for Bon Odori Festival in Kuala Lumpur. Here’s my final work, I hope you like it and join the festival. If by any chance you’re a student of Asia Pacific University, you can become a member and/or join us for this biggest Japanese festival in Malaysia
This office is just next to my university building. That ivy covered on concrete is just lovely.
Just found this today that YouTube is now providing an ultra low bandwidth video quality mode. It’s probably for those situations that user want to just hear the music or having a small screen. The video quality is not good, but it’s worth a try :p
Users are not able to choose resolutions for their video(s). YouTube automatically enables the highest available resolution according to copyright and the uploaded video’s details; for example you upload a music video contains copyrighted materials, then YouTube will decide to remove your video or limit the resolution of it to protect author’s rights.
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