I've also gotta tell you that I've been neglecting this blog for months now, since the post about the North Korean rocket last April. That was a really long time ago.
Sort of weird when you think the biggest about NK recently isn't the FAIL rocket but more about the fake Mickey Mouse that co-starred with Kim Jong Un. (google it if you don't know what I'm talking about, it's hilarious.)
Anyway, so why didn't I blog for so long?
I guess the biggest reason is because I figured I was too young an age to blog about my opinions and share geeky space stuff. I should consume more information than I send, I thought.
I was also pretty busy, too. (we'll get to that later)
That being said, I still thought I can re-start my blog, just with fewer updates which won't be much of a burden.
I've always posted stuff about either of these things; cosmic stuff and Apple stuff.
Also, I thought I should get to know stuff in a wide variety of subjects, so there will be probably more things about other miscellaneous topics that interested me, and less geeky stuff(I hope).
Now, why was I busy this summer? (as I mentioned a few lines above)
I have been to this program called the Student Global Leadership Institute, for 2 weeks from the end of July to the beginning of August.
It's basically a 2-week camp at the Punahou school in Hawaii (where Obama went to a long time ago) that invites students from the world to nurture leadership along a particular topic, which this year was "health".
Translation: I was on a 2 week trip to Hawaii, baby!!
But honestly, it really was an eye-opening experience that let me experience different cultures and perspectives, and I made a LOT of new friends from all over the world. (btw there were students from the US, Japan, China, Singapore, UK, Sweden and Jordan)
I could really go on writing this for forever, but I'll do that on a different post later on.
So to sum up what I wrote;
- I'm gonna start blogging again
- with more things about miscellaneous stuff
- I was on a 2 week camp in Hawaii that stimulated, inspired, awakened, and changed me in a lot of ways.