Orthopaedic surgery resident. Loves traveling, learning foreign languages&about other cultures, playing the piano, reading novels and philosophy. I believe in learning, and trying and that if you do all that you can in both departments, you are a great person indeed. I am looking for someone to spend time with, learn from, and get to know better. I'm not looking for love at first sight, but if a romantic relationship develops, I'm not against that either. Mainly though, I just want to get to know people and make friends.
I am extrovert, reliable, and mature
What I’m doing with my life
Currently I'm working and slaving away to complete my training. I am also looking for friends, and trying to decide if bringing my practice to America is the right thing for me.
I’m really good at
I'm really good at being honest, I try to put it as tactfully as
possible rather than gushing or being rude, but I believe people
have the right to know the truth. I'm also good at studying and
working hard, but I'm trying to get better at learning to how
relax, let go and have fun.
The first things people usually notice about me
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
favorite book : "The Prince" (Machiavelli). Odd choice, huh?
favorite movie : The Godfather
music : classic rock, classical musical, jazz fusion, blues, pop, soul.
food : French, Italian, Japanese, Vietnamese...
The six things I could never do without
my iPhone... sadly,
my sense of humor (it's… special)
I spend a lot of time thinking about
My next destination
On a typical Friday night I am
- reading at home,
- playing the piano (improvising jazz/blues, or playing Liszt or
- spending my spare time with friends who can stop talking about
- movie theatre, restaurant, with buddies.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
once you get to know me better!
You should message me if
- you want...
- you believe there's more to your existence than meets the eye...
- you're sick and tired of "hey how r ya doin, c ya" conversations,
- and also if you enjoy talking about stuff that actually matters :)