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Curious, fearless and independent. I'm a very positive person and always try to see things from the best side.
I like to see things that startle me, feel things that I never felt before and meet people with a different point of view. I’m often drawn by the idea of how easy it is sometimes to connect with people you'd never know if you never travel.
Currently visiting Australia for a couple of months to experience and see different things before applying for future study. I hope to make some new friends during my trip here and exchange new ideas and thoughts:)
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
I often find super interesting people that I really want to get acquainted with on this website, so I think couchsurfing would be an awesome way to meet new friends and see different things :)
I spend most of my free time reading books, watching documentaries and learning new skills. Yeah, I'm a boring person to some degree;p
I can spend a whole day sitting at the back of the bus/tram from the start to the end whenever I go to a new city. A little weird I know, but it's a really fantastic way to get to know a new place and I can't tell you how wonderful it'll be if you can open the bus window and let the breeze in;)
I also really enjoy skateboarding, especially around the beach and the empty street, so I alway carry a board with me on my backpack while traveling, haha.
Music, Movies, and Books
One of my favorite books is The Unbearable Lightness of Being. I read it in high school and still regarded life as heavy back then. After reading it several years later I realised my attitude to life changed completely from heaviness to lightness. I regarded it as a good change since I started to take things easy and become braver to pursue anything I want to do in my life.
I’m big fan of documentaries. Some of my favorites are: Man With a Movie Camera, The Gleaners and I, Night and Fog, And Life Goes On...
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
Teaching teenager monks Chinese in several temples of a poor village in Thailand?