In Shanghai I worked in a two companies totally away from the field of music (like logistics), made me realized that I want to get back to the field of music again. So now I am a freelancer in preparation. It maybe a risky choice for my age, but man, I just couldn't see myself being so passionate in fields like logistics. (there is nothing wrong with logistics, its just my personal issue.)
Luckily, in Shanghai I have some good artist friends who invite me to write music for their projects sometimes. So I just got to give myself one more chance and see how it goes!
BTW, I am very out going and sociable, love meeting new people.
What is important for me:
I think it is part of my life style. Traveling let me discover new places, new ideas and insight about life. It is not only for enjoyment, but it helps my mind to expand its boundaries. I have been about 30 countries, roughly North America, South America, Asia, Southeast Asia, Middle East, and some in Europe.
Most impressive places:
-Yemen: A magical place! Most of the places I went, I felt like went back in time.
-Brazil: Music was just amazing! (live samba in San Paulo, carnival in Salvador de Bahia.)
-Bolivia: Rainy season in Uyuni (the huge salt lake) was just surreal!
-Hunza Valley in Northern Pakistan: Its scenery and the stars are unforgettable!
-Want to go to: Iran, Indonesia, Mexico, Berlin (for their great techno scene!)
It does not matter if I have a good job, live well, but not having good friends around to share the joy of life and common interests, it would make me feel that my life is empty.
That is what I studied in university and writing music is my expertise. Nowadays, it is my hobby to play the guitar, sing songs and play djembe (African drum). I enjoy going to interesting music events, such as going to see live music or checking out good DJs at some underground clubs.
An important element that keeps myself grow.
For now, studying language (Chinese, but want to study French since having many French friends here).
My Motto, "work hard, study hard, play hard and rest hard".