For as long as I can remember, I always found enjoyment whenever I can draw, whether that be something as simple as doodles or drawing realistically what's in front of me. Coming to college, I slightly gave up on it and focused on my studies. However, coming into my senior year, I became inspired to … Continue reading Notes and Doodles: Second Edition
If you don't know what has happened this past weekend in Charlottesville, VA (Virginia, for those of you not in America/not familiar with state abbreviations), then go do yourself a favor and do a quick Google search. Trigger warning: pictures of Nazi flags, parade of white supremacists with tiki torches, video of a car driving … Continue reading Why You Can’t Ignore the Events that Happened in Charlottesville, VA
At this point, you've heard how Trump is trying to push for investigations regarding affirmative action and how colleges are "discriminating" against whites during the admissions process. Read here if you haven't. (this post is also coming really late, as I should be blogging about what recently happened this past weekend with regards to Charlottesville, but I … Continue reading Thoughts Regarding Affirmative Action and the Model Minority
CONTEXT: I was born in America to parents of Filipino and Chinese descent. I was raised a Catholic all my life and am still a practicing Catholic to this day. At my university, I'm involved with the Catholic student group, Newman Community, and we plan lunches with speakers, volunteering opportunities within the area, and other activities … Continue reading You’re Chinese, so you must be Buddhist, right? Nope.
The technology industry is growing faster than ever. We've come a long way in ten years. Now with the rise of smartphones, Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, automated devices, what's next? With this booming industry, there comes a need for workers (or not, if robots and artificial intelligence replace us all!) to guide it in the … Continue reading The Need to Improve Company Culture in the Tech Industry