The Half of It / The Asian Representation in a Teenage Movie I’ve Been Waiting For

A Film Review from your Average Jane Doe As the title of this series suggests, I am not a certified film critic or film student. I’m just a teenager that watches movies occasionally when I’m not knee-deep in YouTube. Is that my preferred choice of video content consumption now? Because that’s a weird thing to…

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How I’m Staying Productive At Home

(which is not really, but getting there) With everyone at home self isolating because of the coronavirus, working at home is a norm that seemed to only be reserved for freelancers, bloggers, and youtubers. Now, we’re all at home doing work and school in a country and economy that is seemingly falling apart. I am…

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Political Cartoons, Memes, and Correctness

Why is the first response to any situation nowadays a meme? Now, don’t get me wrong, I love a good meme as much as the next Gen Z kid, but sometimes I think it goes a little too far. I see a lot of political memes, which are what I like to think are the…

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A Small Winter Poems Collection

I wrote a couple cheesy poems for the winter season. If you are interested in a visual representation of these poems, I made an accompanying video on my youtube channel. winter ice It is difficult to climb an ice cube. You take a trek But it’s cold and slippery And once you reach the top…

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Passion Projects?

If you wanted to know what goes on inside my head all the time (cue Inside Out sequence), it’s just a lot of random project ideas. For some reason, especially when I’m procrastinating something else, I’ll always have random creative projects that get me going and want to make them. Then, they turn into this…

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Reflecting on the 30 Day Video Challenge

First off, I did not follow through with writing a further explanation for the last 11 videos of the challenge. Since I wasn’t really making content that needed commentary, in my opinion, I felt it was a waste of time and I am always one to be subject to procrastination. So… that’s all I’ll say…

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Preparing for the Future

30 Day Video Challenge Written Telling of Day 21 July 9, 2019 The time for touring college campuses has begun. Granted, I’m only going to tour two, since that is what is available and easy to reach in a day, but it’s a period of time in the summer nonetheless. It solidifies the idea that,…

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Spontaneous Trips and Songs

30 Day Video Challenge Written Telling of Day 20 July 8, 2019 Our adventure started late in the day. The morning was quite lazy at home, and we had not planned for us all to go out. Nonetheless, the parents wanted to go out, and the kids decided to tag along. It was better than…

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Mother-Daughter Fishing Time

30 Day Video Challenge Written Telling of Day 19 July 7, 2019 Today’s video was a vlog of my mom and I going out fishing in the evening. I was busy in the morning when the rest of the family went fishing at another lake, but my mom was the only one not tired. She…

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Challenging Myself Even More

To put you in the loop of things, I, with my sister and dad, are doing a 30 Day Video Challenge (trademark). We have been posting an at least one minute-long video to YouTube for the past 19 days as we go through the challenge. The whole thing is mostly an attempt to test our…

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