I have some confessions to make. First, I am fond of adventure films. They bring me immense entertainment, they broaden my perspective about life, they take me to exotic locations and they make me see the beauty of the world through the eyes of the heroic protagonist/s. In short, the adventurers in those films are living the life I wish I have. Read the rest of this entry
I am not going to lie, I became immensely curious about Vietnam’s history because of the West End musical, Miss Saigon which I had the privilege of watching on CD back in high school. I vividly remember my history teacher dividing the class into two groups, instructing each one to present a musical play as a quarterly project. My group mates, for some demented reason, concluded that I would be the one to direct our own rendition of the play. I reluctantly obliged due to the fact that I had never been involved in any theater production. It was basically a herculean task for me. But as far as I recall nobody wanted to take the responsibility, so me and my hero-complex-self at the time stepped up to save the day.