What it says on the tin. Some jokes I came up with.
Not much rule explanation required, either. Can be played anywhere, anytime, with (more or less) any number of people.
(Ah, how nostalgic. It’s been three years since I stopped learning Japanese. Tbh, that sentence also took me a while to think up… :p)
I’ve been asked this question a few times, so I thought I’d just post it up here.
Continue reading “Resources for learning Japanese”
I’ve been making my own natto, which is a type of Japanese fermented soybean. I’ve heard about its health benefits and have been making it since last year. Singapore sells it, yes, but they’re in tiny styrofoam packs that are bad for the environment. I learnt it from NattoKing, which was a website dedicated to this food. Unfortunately, the NattoKing website is no longer up.
I think I will stay local after all. My fear has been rearing its ugly head these past few weeks, and I think it’s high time to answer its questions.
Continue reading “My Final University Decision: a Conversation with Fear”
So the weekend of 17th June I went to two value investing workshops. Value investing is basically buying stocks and holding on to these stocks for a long time. Below are my notes.