On the technical side of life.
A Chinese kid that really likes Japanese stuff. I know how to cook a bit, and I LOVE spicy foods. Buffalo wing FTW!
I am pretty new to uploading on YouTube, so I have some stupid videos, but I am not new to YouTube itself. One of the things I go on whenever, where ever.
But, I AM serious about things. Being top of my class is stressful, but has its rewards. I don't feel happy a lot, IDK why.
Movies are fun, but I don't go to them often.
School, for me, don't really like. But I don't hate it. Except for Chinese school. People in my class are crazy, they curse, and it gets annoying after 4 years.
Anyways, I love to work with technology. From computers to lightbulbs, their all cool to me.
I don't do great in PE, and only have a score of 94 out of 100.
I don't like ELA, or just Language arts, because to me, its kinda boring. Ironically, I love to write stories, and I try to sound like my favorite authors.
Math is really easy for me. Once I get the concept, I can do calculations REALLY fast. Math is sorta boring after a while of doing the same thing, I guess.
Social Studies, or History, is something I HATE. I mean, I like to learn about it and all, but remembering dates is not my thing. And the tests, oh my, I have to study SO much for them.
I'm part of my school chorus, and I do pretty good in it. The teacher really likes me, and the funny thing is that I never practice a song. I just sing it with everyone else. I just go with it, I guess.
My favorite animal is the cat, and my favorite food is basically anything spicy.
I don't like any seafood unless it's fish or clams.
I LOVE spicy tuna sushi. I get it all the times.
Beyblade, is really the past for me. Obsessed for 1 year, and it died down for me. I might be selling my stuff....
Some life goals: +Build a computer +Build/get a claw machine +Create a video game +Build cool Lego stuff +One day go to Japan +Publish my own book
and much more!
I hope you enjoyed reading this.
Q&A for students, teachers, and linguists wanting to discuss the finer points of the Chinese language