Name's Darren. 18. Vietnamese and Cambodian (Not Chinese!). Studying hard in Melbourne, Victoria so I one day be a Doctor and help those in need.
Always happy to meet someone new so if you inbox me, I'll be sure to inbox you back!
My heart is currently reserved to someone who is very special and wonderful to me :3
So sorry to my admirers and stalkers, but I have a nice Asian friend who is currently single and is really cool and stuff! I'll send you a facebook link if interested so you can stalk him mwuwahahah XD
Nice to meet you :P
Anonymous asked: did u get an email about a meeting next tues in building 15?
I can’t say I have XD
There aren’t too many places that I desperately desire to see.
Africa: One day I’d like to go there. Though the prospect of plagues of malaria infected mosquitoes and excruciating heat doesn’t appeal to me too much. That and the violence and stuff there. I would very much like to go on a safari trip one day though.
California: I wouldn’t mind going there. Taking a look at everything, looking at the fashion there, looking at the buildings and ordering over sized food. Would be cool.
Japan: Japan is one of those places that all Otakus want to go to. Whilst I am not one, I do enjoy anime a lot. I would love to go there and just be surrounded by the geek culture. It would be really cool for me. Also to see robots and technology. That would be nice. The modern stuff and the traditional stuff would be what I’d want to see. Also all the weird things they make and just everything about the place.
Singapore: A lot of my friends are from Singapore or Malaysia and they all insist I go but I hear the weather there is horrendous but the food is good. Food is more or less the main reason I’ll go somewhere. Would be interesting.
I don’t know. The main thing that puts me off travelling to a place would be the weather and how dangerous it is. Something that would draw me there would be either cool culture or great food. Yeah, that’s the tl;dr!
Not having anything to worry about and doing what you love. Having loving people around you and just being at peace with yourself.
Singing. I used to be a great singer until puberty decided to rob me of any singing ability. Everywhere I’d go, people who knew me would ask me to sing songs because I had an amazing aptitude for remembering song lyrics after hearing the song once. I wonder where that amazing memory has gone now. I could sure use it.
Can’t say I can think of any. Most of the books I read are targeted at young teens. They’re often inspirational but things I’ve heard all too often. I guess it would be any passage from “The Happiest Refugee” by Ahn Do. I read that book and there were moments where I really felt for the guy and was happy that he was able to live successfully despite the adversity he faced.