The Value of Life, the Meaning of Death

Have you ever wonder why we live? What’s the purpose of our existence?

Most people wouldn’t even bother to understand their existence, since they know their limits or they give up understanding it, or they are just too dumb to fathom complex concepts.

We in the society have always countered suicidal events, why the kids or the persons want to die so badly to end their lives?

We know our limits but we couldn’t do anything to stop it, the sense of powerless is felt by many men. ...READ MORE

Why Immigrate?

Why would you immigrate?

The reason is simple, political reasons.

Mainland China is becoming more and more totalitarian with no end on sight, this bothers me.

And then, some Chinese would brush it off like nothing and tell me, “Why would you even bother with politics? As long as you can live, politics isn’t important.”

It is important, and involving in politics actively in a democracy can subsequently change citizens’ lives, whereas in a totalitarian state it’s impossible. ...READ MORE

Ideas Never Die

Ideas never die. An idea doesn’t take any form, but it can set a wildfire across people’s minds.

The world seems to underestimate too much on the power of ideas.

It’s like knowledge, the infinite amount of possibilities lied behind.

The only thing, is to make way for ideas to shine, to burn, to spread away like wildfire.

Under a heavily information controlled environment, none of these things is likely to happen. ...READ MORE

Dumb Things Please Stop

I feel pretty tired lately.

Facing a lot of dumb problems, and the dumb people who make these dumb problems.

There is a huge gap between me and reality.

I’m at a very high up space, and the reality in China is insanely bad. Reality is really trying to drag me down as much as it can.

After just a few months in China, I’ve grown an immense amount of hatred towards my own country.

It’s pretty odd.  ...READ MORE

Death Penalty Debate

There are, roughly 100 countries currently abolished death penalty, and 55 other countries who do not.

Why there are so many countries believe that replacing capital punishment with imprisonment of life is better?

The argument against death penalty usually revolves around miscarriage of justice and somehow whether capital punishment can truly deter murders.

However, countries that still implement death penalty all seem to share common social and cultural backgrounds. ...READ MORE

Close Inspection of the Past Few Years

When I look back at my decision initially, I don’t regret it.

I never regret of choosing to tune out of the system and start my own adventure, and what’s been proven, is that, my choice was correct.

However, there is this “correct” path I once was supposed to take–a path that involved abiding by the rules.


When I firstly got off my high school due to tremendous mental pressure, I felt relieved. Later I pushed myself immediately towards applying for foreign universities. ...READ MORE


A sense of entitlement clouds your judgement.

What’s more toxic than arrogance?

China has some serious moral problems that no one talks about.

I find that being with friends is the point of having fun, not competing. Competing with your friends when you are together takes out the fun of the natural activity and adds disgruntlement to yourself.

My parents are in no way good people.

My father is a selfish arrogant prick plus a bully to his family. My mother is timid. ...READ MORE

Understanding Trust, In China and the West

This is a post from Harvard Business Review in 2015. It tackles into the extremely relevant side of Chinese society and ecosystem. This discussion based on trust is the fundamental difference between western societies and the Chinese one.

The depth it dug into is beyond the scope of normal Chinese interpersonal networks. Chinese themselves don’t understand these things and they do it unconsciously. And it is how they are raised mostly in this country. ...READ MORE