Recite π as a binary decimal, if you wish. This page is updated annually, subject to my current time zone. π day 2014 at about 15:9.26, I ate a chocolate pie (those small ones) during a Chinese literature class, got nearly choked, and had to leave the classroom to search for water... Thank you to … Continue reading π Day Memories
An over 1,800-year-old poem revisited :).
There would inevitably be one day in which I start anew in what is called 'proper writing'. As cool as a hexadigital decimal number can be, in this post, 101535 is simply the property tag number of the computer that, last year, stayed idle on the hot desk in my mum's departmental office. Spending almost all … Continue reading 101535
The first collection of words from my Auckland Grammar School days that I dare publish I was 16, working on SAT and was confident in neither English (after all, too illiterate, to be precise) nor Chinese. While also consuming an apple, I wrote this in front of a picture of the milky way, taken by … Continue reading Parallax
The 3rd Revised Version for 2016 UoA Poetry Slam ©, FW, rewritten on 4 May 2016 At Engineering Library, Before the seas we are voyagers to the infinite. Voyagers to serenities where ocean extends its verge, just like us, Voyagers to every new sight to every span of land, countless serenities there await. Every thing … Continue reading The Voyagers