In very brief summary, I'm into cooking, fashion, japanese culture, appreciation of visual arts, cat behaviour, and very recently, volunteer work.
Other than these, I enjoy the discovery process of knowing someone new, and I think you'll enjoy discovering me the same way too. So I'll leave this part as such.
Mainly, I'm a startup founder. I currently run a creative agency which I'm laying off to cofound another startup with a friend. We have dreams, we're young, brash, and we believe we can do amazing things. Idealism is important.
Other than which, I also founded a japanese culture meetup group - www.totemojapan.com. I love japanese culture, and would like to bring people who belong to this community together through curated events.
I don't really read a lot of books, and even if I do, it's non-fiction. I think the last one was 'Winning' by Jack Welch. Mostly, I get my daily intellectual fix from online sources such as inc.om, Brain Pickings, Economist, WSJ, and Tiny Buddha.
The Wind Rises, The Theory of Everything,, 5 Centimetres Per Second, The Imitation Game, The Wolf of Wall Street, My Neighbour Totoro, The Lego Movie, District 9, Letters from Iwo Jima, The Pursuit of Happyness, The Social Network, Edge of Tomorrow
Priceless, Zettai Kareshi, Golden Bowl, Date, Ando Lloyd, CHANGE, Densha Otoko, Hanzawa Naoki, Legal High, Liar Game, Keikkon Dekinai Otoko, Proposal Daisakusen, Saiyuuki, Saikou no Rikon, Tokyo Dogs, South Park
Monkey Majik, One OK Rock, Scandal, Wagakki Band, miwa, The Brilliant Green, Nana Mizuki, Stereopony, Spyair
Sushi, sashimi, yakitori, udon, mango, pudding, soft shell crab, vietnamese spring roll
startup ideas and strategy formulation.
If you live in my area, you might spot me observing / playing with community cats at 2am.
I'm also looking for more people who enjoys Japanese culture and doing volunteer work!
In the very minute possibility that you concur with my thoughts so far, let's know each other.