• China
  • Before law school

    After a month of hiding in a cave of books, the average law student/mooter emerges, and blinks in the sunshine thinking¬† “what was life like before this?” Things have calmed down just a bit for me this week. We have a few days to breathe before moot practice goes back into full swing in preparation […]

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  • Beautiful Yangshuo

    I find I have about a six month shelf life when it comes to living in a city. Around the fifth month or so, I start to feel the usual restlessness, a sense of frustration like being crammed in the back seat of a packed car on a long road trip. It’s one part claustrophobia, […]

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  • Wokai

    Been a while since I’ve had a chance to post, so I’m delighted that this update has good news! If you’re in Toronto by any chance next week, swing by the exhibition being held by Wokai. Wokai is a great microfinancing NGO that I came to support in China. They’re featuring some of my work, […]

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  • A life resolution

    2010 was magical. It started at midnight with a dance into the new year and dawn at Tiananmen Square. It ended on the rooftops of Yangshuo, watching fireworks in the icy winter air. In between was Mt. Everest, the Himalayas, backpacking through China, moving back to Hong Kong and my first semester at law school. […]