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jewellery shopping is always fun


I admit. I enjoy looking at jewellery. But don’t think I’m crazy just yet. There is a method to my madness.

Design is about finding the balance between art and viewability. And that’s the whole point about looking at jewellery. Hunting around for the most exquisite piece of jewellery is relaxing, like finding that perfect spot on the mattress. Searching through the newest Tiffany catalogue, or looking at diamond clarity up close-its all about the hunt. And when you find that perfect match, its an expression of who you are, who you wish to be, and most importantly who you dream to be.

domo-kun papercraft surfaces; alan drops cancer research dreams to make 3,141592 million domos


Domo-kun papercraft

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Click on the thumbnails to access their appropriate pages and download, print, papercraft.

stanford grad ranks consistenly nr. 1 in 2009


Stanford RFLMAO

In 1996, Stanford officially stated that it didn’t care about college rankings. This year, it changed its stance.

Leland Stanford Junior University, my wonderful school that is certain it is better than everything and everyone else, finally has some claim to its name, consistently beating out almost all other graduate schools in almost every category in U.S. New’s 2009 Top Graduate Schools list. Also, according to Shanghai Jiao Tong University’s international university rankings, Stanford ties this year with Harvard for the first time.

Dominating everything except medical school (in which Stanford placed 8th), Stanford ranked first in more categories than any other school; tying with Harvard and MIT in several categories.


i have a potential cure for tumourous cancers


Aureolae logo

As you may know, my ultimate goal is to cure cancer. Well I think I’m on to something. I’ll keep it a secret until I get my proposal out, but after modifying an ingenious idea by my best buddy Mike Teodorescu with a dual-halo rotational bi-arm, appending my previous cancer detection technology and some of the 3D imaging/model-generation work that I did at Harvard this summer, I think I can now accurately, precisely, and efficiently remove tumours completely with a near totally non-invasive surgical procedure.

I’m working on my proposal paper right now, titled Aureolae: Utilising High-Definition Real-Time 3D Modelling, Radiological Imaging, and Controlled Dynamic Ray Collision in the Remote Non-Invasive Surgical Removal of Tumourous Tissue. More later when I get Aureolae (/ɔˈriolɛi/) written.

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