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This my way of making a memory, that I don't want to escape, immortal. May it live forever in my brain that might end up with Alzheimer's.
Hello everyone, my name is Judy Feng Liu. As you can tell I am a Chinese. In addition to my being a translator and interpreter, I am also a writer.
Perhaps owing to her headstrong nature and indefatigability, she fell out of favour withå”tÃ¡ngå¤ªtÃ iå®—zÅng and she was assigned to work in the Imperial Study where she would actually devote her time to learning the affairs of the palace and the administration of imperial...
By Jettyfish Journal
The story of a man's thrilling bike ride through the streets of a California beach town. He follows the path of the beach bums who have carved out a trail across town that follows the straightest line possible.
What if the person you were meant to be with was always a step behind you? If you led separate lives, and left it up to fate, would they be more or less likely to entangle? Alanis and Arian are about to find out as they embark on a love affair tested continuously by obstacles and serendipity....
By A Corgi
Are you sure you want to go to India?
Brought back from the brink, an ecstasy induced life threatening out of body experience...
This is a story about a few people held by a traffic jam and how their lives shift gears. Time is magical and everything happens for a reason. Sometimes a few people may never notice timeâ€™s magic even when it happens before their very eyes.
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By Amma Tiger 1
A visit to Amritsar, India, and the emotions that evoked.
Three at a distance brothers meet for lunch every sunday. This particular sunday proves to be one to remember as they're differences may bring them together.
As believers we cannot separate ourselves from the world, instead, we need to engage it just as Jesus did. We don't compromise His message, but we must
A trendy concept today is 'Cultural Relativism' where all traditionsn of a culture should be 'respected' (no matter how much harm they do) and where any criticism is 'being insensitive. I'm challenging this idea, and arguing that this kind of thinking is not just woolly-headed, but dangerous too.
By Kaori Kumai
These is about my whole Japanese pop CD/ DVD Collection!
By Joseph Lennox
A far from flattering introduction to Neil Harrison's family