YuiopMak
25 Victoria (historical), Hong Kong
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My self-summary
Wandering around the world for almost my entire life. Lived in 4 (or 5, depending on how pro-China you are) countries, went to more than a dozen

Terribly lazy, but squeezing myself through law school now even though I have the (almost) slackest degree. Like studying and thinking, but never though of doing philosophy, never can there be good philosophers after the Nazis.

Tall, a bit too tall at times. Definitely not your Korean boy next door, might look like those Korean farmers back in WTO (Who remembers this anws?) Always mistaken as a handyman or hooligan of some sort, but in fact I am just a good enough drinker who care, and don't care, about politics at the same time.
What I’m doing with my life
Working through law school (with the hope of getting a PhD at the end) and teaching Literature/philosophy at the same time. Drinking Scotch/wine in between, reading a bunch of books for teaching/non-teaching purposes as well.
I’m really good at
reading. I can read whenever and whatever I like.
The first things people usually notice about me
- height
- the amount of drinks I drank in a pub
- not being the most handsome guy in the room
- (if you are in HK) my very un-Hong Kong manners and ways of speech
- my almost relentless satires and ironies when I am drunk (or pretend to be drunk), not necessarily mean though
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Book: Taiwanese fictions before the 80s, Sartre, Hugo, Murakami, Oscar Wilde, Jack London...let's say I read anything I can grab

Movies: Wong Kai Wai, Taiwan movies, some occasional old Jap films....I admit I have a yellow fever for films

Music: Jazz and...Fitzgerald (Rhapsody in Blue)

Food: I eat practically everything lolz
The six things I could never do without
Good Food
Junk Food
Good Whiskey
Good Wine
Good hug
Good companions(!!!)
I spend a lot of time thinking about
Homicide, the meaning of life and possibly everything in between
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
Let's say nobody's perfect;)
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