As we go further to the end of the journey, let me share with everyone about a beauty unfolded in Wuzhen, 乌镇, a famous water town in China. I went there within my first few weeks in Hangzhou, and the beauty of the scenic locations were breathtaking. The views were alike those taken from a 山水 portrait, very picturesque.

With work piling up now and deadlines for reports, posters and videos for our theme projects approaching nearer than ever, it is inevitable that we will feel pressured and fail to appreciate the bigger picture. But we must always keep in mind that what we are faced with now is just a small part of life, and even with the end of the journey, it will be the start of another journey. As long as we are able to see the world as a whole, I am sure that one will be able to tide through whatever obstacles that comes to one’s way.

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It is in my nature to learn, to grow, to help others, to teach, to explore, and to be fascinated with the unknown. With a keen interest in music, I play the tuba in the symphonic band and also the piano. Music is magical, and it never fails to amaze me how effectively it can connect people regardless of race, language, ethnicity and geographical proximity. Similarly, with my new-found passion in computing and programming, I aspire to create programs that does the same and to solve their problems, but in a slightly different, more technical approach.


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