Bii Your Light + Appreciation Shout-Outs

I just found out that Bii has his own filter in the beauty app, Meitu. Be Your Light is a newer song of his. The filter is punny because Bii and Be sound the same. I dedicated a blog post to him last year. You can read about him HERE.

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This is way overdue but thank you Cammy for watching a drama I reviewed and recommended! It’s the Boys Love Taiwanese drama, HIStory 2: Boundary Crossing. Cammy told me that she gave it a 5/5 rating!

Also check out Neha’s first impressions post on Cunning Single Lady. I recommended this Korean drama in an earlier blog post of mine and I feel so happy whenever people take the time to listen to my recommendation and watch the show!

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5 Years Blogiversary

WordPress reminded me on February 25 that it was my blogiversary! I’m a little late on posting this but thanks everyone for reading my blog~

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Listening to: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SCfmkk09GrA

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I guess I don’t have much to say in this post, except for the words… thank you. Some of you guys have stuck with me through thick and thin and it means a lot to me. I love you~

I feel quite content right now. I’m happy. ^^

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Also, message me on Twitter if you haven’t already~

Thank you everyone for your support once again

For those of you wondering why I have not been blogging recently, it’s because I was experiencing issues with my physical health. I am starting to feel a little better.

I went bowling yesterday. I think bowling is meaningful. It’s fun and if you are ever frustrated, I think bowling helps clear your mind. I broke a finger nail but I’ll have them shorter next time haha.

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Chinese etiquette

my friend’s mom visited us (my friend goes to the same school as me) and she gave us a gift. this tea is from when she went to China.

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apparently when a Chinese family invites a guest over for dinner, it is common for the guest to bring a gift as a way of saying thank you.