Today, TREWORLD is a personal website devoted to showcasing some of my talents. The idea is NOT to just create something that looks like a blog. Instead, I wanted to mix in what I've learned (both life and technology) over ot the years and re-animate the world from my perspective. Hence the slogan, "Dream as big as the world."
My "other" worlds incuded, but not limited to, Generazn.com and Superazn.com. Both of those websites were successors of the original TREWORLD. The idea was to separate myself from the social networking websites, but maintain my own creativity within its' contents. Superazn (later called Generazn) was just that. The website was popular back in 2004 to 2007. However, it's popularity quickly faded out as Facebook arises. Earlier this year, I had decided to shut down the website for good.
Life was simple in Thailand. Each morning, I would wake up at six and get to school at seven. Students there were taught a little differently than here. If a student made a mistake on his/her homework or quiz, the teacher would ask for his/her palm and hit it with a bamboo stick. As you can probably imagined, it was pretty painful and gruesome at times. It wasn't a normal day if I didn't go home without cuts on my palm. But, that's how we learned. Ever wondered why Asian parents take their kids' education so seriously? Well, that's one of the reasons why.
Growing up in America was a little tough, both physically and financially. It wasn't until my family settled into our first home in Philadelphia that I had suddently realized that life is not as simple anymore. My parents struggled to raise two kids while trying to learn the new culture. Thanks to Church World Service, we were able to obtain essential living items as such beds, blankets, and clothes to wear.