High Notes #1

My life as a psychology student started with a biopsychology quiz, it is fitting that it ended with a neuropsychology finals. Later rounded up fully with a thesis viva. It seems that my student days have really came to an end, and I am glad that it is on a high note. Have been a... Continue Reading →

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A Certain Post Thesis Reflection

This piece is kinda long overdue but whatever. I have cleared almost every component required for me to graduate from my Bachelors of Psychology program, only a final paper (neuropsychology 😦 ) stands in my way. I have finished modules ranging from neurobiology and statistics, to animal behaviour and counseling. Been in a variety of... Continue Reading →

Dota 2 – Why Pangolier Currently Sucks

Waited 4 whole months for the Duelling Fates update, got teased with a brand new hero styled like Puss in Boots, sleek swashbuckling with a sharp rapier, combined with a rolling crush technique. Top it off with an unique French chivalrous accent...and it's a pretty smartly dressed pangolin. Not the average Warcraft inspired hero (all... Continue Reading →

[Gratitude – September 2017]

Well, I knew something didn't felt right this month. I somehow forgot to abandon the habit of blogging. But the habit of acknowledging things with appreciation should not go, so here is another round.  The team at The Psychronicle. The past month working to produce content through interviews and call-for-submissions has been very fulfilling. We... Continue Reading →

Magikarp Jump Review

Haha, what the fuck was I thinking. This is one of those games that got me very philosophical about what it means to be a game. I am only writing about this because it actually had an end game (which I managed to reach like two days ago). If I were to sum up the... Continue Reading →

Gratitude – August 2017

The Long Semester Break  I had a relatively long break, probably the longest as far as I can remember, which let me have plenty of time to sit back and think about the bigger picture. I managed to get a lot of things done including research on other universities for graduate school, scholarship opportunities, and... Continue Reading →

A Commentary on Dota 2 Tournaments

I think this is the right season to talk about this, with the (once again) record breaking Dota 2 The International happening as I type.  The International has always been the juggernaut of all e-Sports, always breaking records for crowdfunded prize pools and boasting some of the best games and production value. It is natural... Continue Reading →

Last Semester Break

I haven't wrote about semester break, almost felt this is not worth mentioning. I m back at my home, working on random projects, playing Dynasty Warriors 8: Xtreme Legends, trying out some MapleStory private servers, newsletter, more Coursera, and reading...a lot....actually it is mostly just one really long novel by the name of Ze Tian... Continue Reading →

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