My physics professor used to joke, "you should be able to explain something so clearly that your friend on the phone in Tokyo should be able to understand." Skyping with Soo Yang, founder of Simple&Kitsch, in her studies abroad was both surreal and a real-life application of that statement.
|the amount of stress I'm under can always be measured by the messiness of my desktop|
Her minimalist aesthetic influences my style very much; her current experiences in Nagoya need no words. My favorite section is, of course, food. These takoyaki (savory octopus donuts) look so exotic and scrumptious - I find it funny that they look almost like American cake-pops.
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