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I love traveling and am really into discovering new cultures and horizons, making new friends and developing a good network to myself also is an important point. I got the chance to live in many places for work/internships and am now in Tokyo trying to enjoy this crazy metropolis (this being said on 06.27.12. I think I'm a quite reliable and fun guy, not to say I'm unique aha, but we'll def have fun if we get to meet each other ;) I don't have much problems in talking to other people and am not this much of a shy person. Looking forward to meeting you soon !
"Be the one who kills not the one who gets killed"
"No Pain, No Game"
"C'est le temps que tu as perdu pour ta rose qui fait ta rose si importante"
"J'aurais dû la juger sur les actes et non sur les mots"
"Create your own luck"
"Follow your dreams"
I like contemporary art and love whatever is linked to street culture, I do photography myself and try to make it look original, still gotta practice but I'll make it. I also like architecture, movies (don't misjudge French movies, they do have a unique French taste I swear), but of course I enjoy the ol' good American action movies. Of course gotta say my biggest passion remains "girls"... BTW, being here in Tokyo doesn't mean I'm an otaku, no worries ! :) Being a French dude, I of course love French food and can't afford to spend more than 3 months without a baguette, cheese, nice charcuterie and wine, KNOW THAT !
- contemporary art
Music, Movies, and Books
Interested in old school hip-hop music and gangster movies, I'm also a fiend of romances, gotta say, sounds silly I know but i love that
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
two main things I'm quite proud of even though it might sound like nothing, first I've been working in Hanoi, Vietnam and this for three months for an NGO, and was a very enriching experience to me, taught me a lot about life, and I'd definitely wish everybody to have the same opportunity in his life. I also worked in the US for 7 months for Walt Disney World and didn't get termed, met crazily nice people and learned a lot assuming that WDWR is a one of a huge company, they do know how to do, when and what.