I have a year to think about what my identity as a Chinese Malaysian means to me. Whether to delve into astrophysics and functionally abandon my country or major in economics, government or other fields that can help develop our nation. I will have to decide whether it’s fair to use this incredible education bestowed… Continue reading Beginning Harvard
Black holes, sandcastles and burning libraries
Orgy is commonly portrayed in pop culture media in the face of an inevitable apocalypse. The imminent end of times splits the average human into two: salvation by God and the descent to ultimate hedonism. But isn’t the end in our real world already certain? In apocalyptic books and movies, we see the breakdown of human spirituality… Continue reading Black holes, sandcastles and burning libraries
Analysis of TMUA 2021
Results for TMUA are reported on a scale that runs from 1 (low) to 9 (high), with scores being reported to one decimal place. The scale has been designed so that approximately one third of candidates will achieve overall scores higher than 6.5. High scores are capped at 9.0. The distribution of the 2021 TMUA… Continue reading Analysis of TMUA 2021
The current condition
The death of curiosity Lack lustre dreams How the gravel is made Anarchy of the conscious and the unconscious Obsessed with vague notions of death Questionable Parched dry throat Angst of the adolescent? I should use Twitter Growing up? Or losing innocence Becoming of a “man” Does jumbled thoughts count as poetry? Human condition befalls
Trans-generational crises, dark forest, and the human indifference towards the end of it all.
Just finished reading the second book of Liu Cixin’s trilogy Remembrance of Earth’s Past. The Dark Forest is very impressionable strong science fiction, a well-thought out exploration and experimentation in the politics and society facing a looming crisis (in this case, a technologically superior alien invasion). Note, it is not an immediate crisis, but a… Continue reading Trans-generational crises, dark forest, and the human indifference towards the end of it all.
Locked out of my own website
I am thoroughly impressed by the security features of my website. I’ve been locked out from posting my first blog on my journey of cultivating a weekly writing habit. Currently, I am using a VPN to post this blog. So how did this happen? Me, being a forgetful and clumsy human, failed 3 login attempts… Continue reading Locked out of my own website
I have made/compiled some materials for the (International Astronomy Olympiad) IAO Malaysian team that I previously released to the public here. Feel free to use it for your own training.
Behind the scenes: Chojeq.com