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Author Archives: Iverson Ng
I talked the talk and walked the walk with my 2nd-semester well-spent. In this Estonian city of good thoughts, I gave my best shot to make every possible change happen across the continents. During the spring semester, I travelled to … Continue reading
“We tried to engage and invite them to an event. We made an effort. But it didn’t seem to work out”. Over a week ago, I had a conversation with my classmate when we saw each other at “Escape Room … Continue reading
Dear Mr. NG, Greetings from 2027! Surprise! Welcome to the future. I know it’s hard to believe that you are reading a letter from the future, but it’s my final moment and the only chance to write back to 2018. … Continue reading
As the old saying goes, well begun is half done. If you are ambitious enough, you can achieve many things that are beyond your imagination.