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To meet people with valuable outlooks and grow as a person
Cycling, dance, martial arts, boxing, fitness and nutrition, education, linguistics, programming, music and mentoring are all personal interests/knowledgeable subjects.
Oh, and I'm very extroverted. I love treating people. It's a flaw. =p
"Extraordinary people don't become who they are by constantly doing ordinary things. Think about it."
"If you do all your uphills today, on the way back, it's all easy downhills. That means put in your work!"
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
Hosting, surfing, volunteering.
Been on both ends.
Break (dance). Boxing. Volunteering. Education. Youth mentoring. Linguistics Music production anc creation. Fitness. Nutrition. Reddit. Front-end. Cycling. Travel. Foreign language.
- martial arts
Music, Movies, and Books
Beat Street, A Bronx Tale, Disney's Hercules, Rad, Top Gun
Giriboy. The Quiett. Paloalto. Mitch Murder. Project Dolphin. Mintjam. Casiopea.
The Big Book of Logical Fallacies. All About Love. Foundation. Yes Yes Y'all. Roadie.
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
Took top 3 twice in a national dj competition.
Created/supervised a volunteer effort over non English speaking Cantonese senior citizens.
Crossed the Appalachian Range (TN to NC) on a bicycle. In the winter. In blowing snow (Never want to do that again). On a single speed.
Completed a weighted century (cycling). Below are the states I have visited thus far.
visited 17 states (34%)Create your own visited map of The United States
Skydiving was overrated and underwhelming. Meeting the actor for Shang Tsung in Mortal Kombat II was life changing. Boxing comes in a close 2nd. Bboying is somewhere in there also.
I guess Tokyo, Istanbul, and Mexico City were alright.
Teach, Learn, Share
Boxing, dance, Japanese, pedagogical theory.
These are things I'm offering to teach.
Countries I’ve Visited
Japan, Mexico, Turkey, United States
Countries I’ve Lived In