Liberal Arts student. My hobbies include drawing and indie flash games on Newgrounds. I also like puns and hedgehogs. On cold days, I burrito.
I am an expressionist, an iconoclast, a strategist, and a die-hard visionary. I tread along lightly along the syncopated outskirts of social conformity and collective cognitive dissonance, breathing the Universe in with every step and exhaling only in pure bliss. My mind expanding endlessly with the shadows of night and day, and my body beyond being just another vessel for these experiences to live. I am, just like anything else, a byproduct of infinity as it has grazed its health amongst life on the constant notions of perpetual motion. Time is gold, or so I'd believe, and time is also why we can't breathe.
Should you have any enquiries, feel free to reach me on my ask box here.
New York’s Chinatown may not be the largest in the world, but its crowded streets are always great for browsing. Perhaps the best selection of Chinatown shops are located in the side streets tucked south of Canal, between Mott Street and the Bowery. The sidewalks are jammed full of Chinese housewares, spices, and delectables Chinese toys, kits, and lanterns. Let our concierge at Sofitel New York be your guide on your next visit.