Day 3: Ghosts, Spirits, and Assorted Yurei.
So, oddly enough – I’ve lost this
I had a habit of writing down short stories, poems, and other miscellaneous things like practicing Japanese kanji during my time at the cultural center. Some days were so slow, and I (usually) finished my work early so I had to kill time in creative ways that wouldn’t distract from when something I could do did arise.
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Oh look, it’s technically Day 3 and I still haven’t completed Day 2 yet.
So, as I mentioned in the surprisingly well-received Day 1 of this 31 Days of October challenge, I’ve been pretty sick the past few days. It’s day five today, and I don’t feel too bad but I could be better.
Continue reading “Day 2: A Mysterious Blogger Appears!”
The fall anime season doesn’t have as many heavy hitters as years past, but it still looks promising nonetheless!
Attack on Titan Season 3 Part 2 Episode 10 (or 22) Review.
I’ve written this post once before. After re-reading what sounded
like the ramblings of a mad woman who jumped from anime to the state of
American society in a single paragraph, I trashed it.
So, here’s what I intended to discuss in bullet format:
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I’ve been nominated for the Blogger Recognition Award! I don’t even know what to say, I’m so grateful! Thank you Ray so very much! Check out their content, they deserve all the views, readership and success in the world.
Recognition Award Rules
So I’m supposed to give a bit of backstory on how the blog came to be, the journey so far, advice for new bloggers, and nominate 10-15 people. I’m a tad long winded, so forgive me for the “how this blog started” portion’s length. I just needed to get its origin story off my chest.
How In Asian Spaces Came to Be:
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I’ve been nominated for the Versatile Blogger Award! It’s such an honor and has taken me by surprise. I would like to thank Andrew Comte of excuse my Thai (@excusemythai ) for thinking of me and the work we do on the blog. Please check out his blog, he does some amazing work concerning Thailand and ultimately has a goal of creating a non-profit to help provide rural Thai families with children’s school supplies.
So the rules are to nominate fellow bloggers, and list seven things about myself.
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This is a review of Netflix’s The Dragon Prince, season one.
I’d been meaning to watch this for a while now. I should have had this review completed back when The Dragon Prince came to AFNYCC, but alas – sometimes the things we intend are just not so.
When I heard that season two would premiere on Netflix February 15th, I knew I had to get at it.
And boy, it did not disappoint.
The Dragon Prince takes place in the far off lands of Xadia, where magic rules within six primordial sources. Or at least, it did until one human eons ago decided to create a new energy source: dark magic. The mage gone rogue is implied to have ruined the natural balance for all, causing the Elven citizens along with other magical folks to split the kingdom.
In the latest schism, the dragon guardian of the border had its heir murdered. As this creature only hatches once every thousand years, the magical kingdom seeks revenge on the human king and his heir – Ezran.
This is where our story begins.
Continue reading “The Hero’s Journey in Animation – The Dragon Prince S1 Review”
The South Korean Kpop Hallyu wave in America is going strong. Could there be a future growing presence of North Korean idol groups competing on the music scene?
I came across a trending topic last night regarding North Korea’s supreme leader, Kim Jong Un.
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Reflecting on my personal experiences of racism and misunderstanding while trying to interact with Korean culture. Should this influence the way I watch kdrama?