“Who am I?” What constitutes ‘me’? Plato divides a person’s psyche into three components: his reason, passion and desires. Perhaps one way in which you can define me as a human being is someone who’s in constant experiment with his three psyche realms, or in a nondualistic term:
My bodymind development.
It’s very difficult for me to introduce myself, but I’ll try to do that from a bias point of view. Yes bias. Here I can only describe a small part of me: my memories of the past, my experience of the present and my vision for the future.
My personal and blog name: Jin- in chinese character 仁 literally composites of 人+二=仁 and means “a connection between two human being”. In modern terms, it is defined as “humanity or humaneness”.
I grew up in a small Island located in the center of the universe called Penang, in 1995. Attended a local Chinese school up till middle school before transferring to a Canadian International High School in Klang Valley, where I completed my Ontario Secondary School Diploma and proceeded to where I am today: the School of International Liberal Studies in Waseda Japan. Currently planning to complete a double-degree from Peking University and then proceed to a graduate school in the states, I’m still uncertain about my career pathway but I know I have a passion for education and social startups.
As an avid fan of growth-hacking, my interests range from martial arts, mindfulness practices such as meditation and yoga, reading, writing, speaking, travelling and all sorta cool stuff that I think I wanna explore. Life is fleeting and devoid of meaning, but as human beings I believe we have the capacity to make meanings out of personal growth, through bridging harmonious relationships and making contributions to the people around us.
Thank you for dropping by my sphere of random thoughts. I hope you enjoyed reading so far.
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May you be well and happy.
Jin. or Young.