Should I Fly to the Moon?

If you have been even slightly informed by the media in the last week, you surely must have noticed that the scientific community, particularly that of the aeronautics branch, are celebrating the 50th anniversary of the first moon landing. 50 years ago on 16 July 1969, the famous quote by Neil Armstrong came to life. … Continue reading Should I Fly to the Moon?

What It Means to Find a ‘Nice’ Girl to Marry

I am now of the age where some of my friends are getting married and the question 'When is it your turn?' comes up now and again. Whenever someone answer, I realise the concept of character comes out a lot. 'Oh, I am waiting for a good guy.' 'He is nice but...' This made me … Continue reading What It Means to Find a ‘Nice’ Girl to Marry

Book Review #2: The 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership (John C. Maxwell)

John Maxwell is listed by many as the number one most influential person in the sphere of leadership training and coaching. His books has been translated to over 20 languages worldwide and are often best-sellers. I got this book over eBay and it sat on my bookshelf for a few months. I've read that this … Continue reading Book Review #2: The 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership (John C. Maxwell)

When Victory Just Isn’t Enough

Yesterday, London Pole Varsity 2019 took place. I represented UCL in the Freestyle Category. Along with two other competitors from LSE and KCL respectively, we had zero clue what kind of song we will be performing to. 20 minutes before our turn, we drew lots and took turns to pick a category each from five … Continue reading When Victory Just Isn’t Enough

Just Because You’re British Doesn’t Mean You Know Tea

A couple of weeks ago a couple of friends and I wanted to have some tea after a meal. My friend put the teabags in a cup and wanted to pour freshly boiling water into the cup but I stopped her just in time. I told her you should never put freshly boiling water into … Continue reading Just Because You’re British Doesn’t Mean You Know Tea