From Discomfort to Comfort
These days, we often hear that we should leave our Comfort Zone . Yes, because that is the only way we can really grow strong and train our inner muscles. Then, what is next? According to my own experiences, (You know I am a kind of person who ALWAYS, or you can say "Obsessive Unconsciously" leave my comfort zone.) every time when I leave the comfort zone and conquer the uncomfortable feeling, I EXPAND my comfort zone = I get a bigger and bigger comfort zone. Your true power happens when you make your discomfort zone comfortable = the discomfortable feeling no longer exists!! Here you go, you feel much more comfortable in a lot more situations. You grow strong and you become fearless because less and less things can make you feel discomfortable. Isn't that AMAZING !?
Much Love & Courage & Curiosity & Creativity ♥
Rests are also a part of Music
It has been a while that I didn't post anything. I think taking a rest to re-organize and re-integrate is extremely important. (Basically, it is like to "reset") Read More »
Whether the day brings you rain or shine, always put on your best performance...
I am so honored to have been invited to perform at the Taichung Jazz Festival 2017 (台中爵士音樂節) alongside three amazing musicians: Jordan Peters on Guitar, Kevin Warren on drums, and Nicolas Bedard on Bass from Montreal, Canada. Despite the long, arduous flight they endured to participate in this spectacular event, they managed to deliver an incredible performance. Read More »
Even in the midst of city chaos, you can find beauty on every corner...
There is a lot of development happening around my hometown, including this new industrial hot spot. Zero Space is the modern zen corner of my hometown and an attraction for photographers and artists alike. It’s simple, modern and fulfills the desire of futurism. Read More »
It was an honor to be interview by PensEyeView, a music and lifestyle blog that focuses on building awareness for up-and-coming musicians. With my recent busy schedule of not only performing all over the world, but also running a my fashion and travel blog, it was refreshing to sit down and share my life with PEV. Read More »
Creativity is all around you, if you manage to see beyond the history of its walls...
My hometown is full of culture and creativity on every corner, and 審計新村 is one of them. What was previously a dormitory of the staff of the government is now a community of cultural creativity with tons of creative shops and restaurants. What makes this feature extra special is the historical feeling it gives, as it stands in its original setting from an older era all while transforming into a lively, artistic spot for young artists and creatives. Read More »
I am thrilled to be invited to play at the Taichung Jazz Festival this Friday, October 13th, with my fellow Canadian musician friends, Jazz Talk from Montreal! The Taichung Jazz Festival has been a prominent festival in my hometown for the past eight years. Not only has being in my hometown been a great experience for me at this point in my career, the ability to bring all that I have learned from my previous education in Canada to my hometown is rewarding! It feels like I am able to convey my musical growth from the western country back to where it all began, my home.
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Sometimes the greatest experiences are the ones you are most familiar with...
I have traveled far and wide and added many great stories to my life, and now I found myself where it all began, my hometown of Taichung, Taiwan. When I meet people for the first time, they assume I am either North American or European. It’s what my spirit portrays. However, it was actually Taiwan that was the foundation of where the free spirited in me developed. Taichung City is the third biggest city in Taiwan, and although not big enough to tie me down forever, big enough to embrace me for my return. Read More »