About

KHANH NGUYEN

I am from Vancouver with a BSc from the University of British Columbia. My areas of expertise include molecular biology, physics and psychology. I enjoy playing ultimate frisbee and have been playing it for four years now. Other hobbies include hiking, collecting coins, reading, playing the piano, and poker! Did I mention I love playing board games? A list of games I recommend can be found here.

Currently I am reading Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand, developing my skills as a poker player in conjunction with lynching people in Mafia, burning my checks on O in ultimate, and of course, maintaining this blog.

Here are some of my life’s ambitions I want to accomplish:

 

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This all began because I love writing and wanted to organize my thoughts and feelings. I was initially writing Facebook notes, until I met a friend who encouraged me to make my writing more public via blogging. Now I blog mostly as a way to help readers live more fulfilling lives. My personal life philosophy has helped make my life better and I believe it can make other people’s lives better as well. I will also share my views on ideas debated in today’s society and personal experiences that have taught me valuable lessons such as the Occupy Movement and random memories that keep me happy. I hope you enjoy reading my entries as much as I enjoyed writing them.

 

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  1. November 10, 2012 at 2:22 pm

    You have one wonderful advantage that I don’t — you are not an American. As for having the ambition to write a best-selling novel, take a little time to find out just exactly what best-selling authors have to go through to achieve that, and maybe you’ll change your mind.

    • November 30, 2012 at 3:26 pm

      Is being American that bad? I’ve always thought it was cool to have dual citizenship hahaha. Thanks for the advice, I don’t plan to go in a career in writing, but will definitely look up the process that authors have to go through when writing books.

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