About K-pop

Why do you do the things you do? Like what? Like everything, most things you do, they are things most people wouldn’t even dream them possible. I’m not most people. I know but there has to be more to it. Alright, it took me a while to figure it out but I think it’s because I’m constantly high. High on what? On k-pop of course. How’s that even possible? You can get high on anything,…

"About K-pop"

Living in Asia as a vegetarian 1

How to survive in south and far east asia as a vegan/vegetarian: Japan:  Pretty tough. Fruits and veggies are crazy expensive, only affordable options are udon, katsu-udon but have to fish out some seafood from it, tempura, and foreign restaurants which cost at least twice as much as local ones. The only cheap supermarket is called “super tamade” where they sell lots of pre-cooked vegetarian options, and of course sushi, tempura, salads, at around 100…

"Living in Asia as a vegetarian 1"

What’s your visa?

I met some North American friends the other day that are still quite new to Taiwan, and they couldn’t stop laughing when I told them Taiwanese people always ask me about my visa status. Young and old people alike they are like really interested to know what visa foreigners have. At the beginning, I didn’t understand why they were laughing, because after some years in Asia I just got used to people asking about that, in…

"What’s your visa?"

What's your visa?

I met some North American friends the other day that are still quite new to Taiwan, and they couldn’t stop laughing when I told them Taiwanese people always ask me about my visa status. Young and old people alike they are like really interested to know what visa foreigners have. At the beginning, I didn’t understand why they were laughing, because after some years in Asia I just got used to people asking about that, in…

"What's your visa?"

Ready to die 2

I’m still trying to wrap my head around the concept of death. I learned that life is fragile, and unless you’re a very basic form of life, for most of us advanced organism with many cells and organs, there’s only one. So we gotta make the most of it, right? Or does it even matter? Life is so fragile that if a bus hits me while I’m crossing the street I will die and everything…

"Ready to die 2"

save my friend

People who read this blog may have noticed an anti-government rage the writer of it often expresses. That’s because he often times forgets that politicians and armed forces are also human beings, the fact that they torture and kill people doesn’t mean they are monsters. And he fails to see that governments ARE the people. Governments have no power whatsoever without an army or some mercenaries to enforce their decisions. Armies consist of normal people…

"save my friend"

Someone that I've never known

The other day, I was talking to a friend while we were waiting to shoot some scenes and the subject of western-Asian relationships popped up. She’s originally from north america, but has been living in Korea for a number of years now, and had the chance to date a bunch of korean guys, so we started talking about the differences between dating koreans vs dating western guys.  For me as a guy, always find it…

"Someone that I've never known"

Someone that I’ve never known

The other day, I was talking to a friend while we were waiting to shoot some scenes and the subject of western-Asian relationships popped up. She’s originally from north america, but has been living in Korea for a number of years now, and had the chance to date a bunch of korean guys, so we started talking about the differences between dating koreans vs dating western guys.  For me as a guy, always find it…

"Someone that I’ve never known"

Whatever 8

Friend: Hey there. Bruno: Hey, how’s it going? Friend: I feel terrible, just had an argument with my parents. Bruno: Why? What happened? Friend: Well, I want to go on a holiday, but they don’t want me to go. What do you think I should do? Bruno: Mmm.. that sounds like a typical first world problem. And the solution is usually the same, just brush it off. Friend: What do you mean “first world problem”?…

"Whatever 8"

The Script (when you're 19)

I recently talked to a Korean friend of mine. He’s 19 years old now, that means he’s entering the age where people will start demanding from him to start being productive and do something with his life. And by “something” I mean, of course, something they want him to do and by “something they want him to do”, I mean of course, work or study. Studying not as a way of helping mankind, not as…

"The Script (when you're 19)"