Book Review – KOREA: The Impossible Country by Daniel Tudor

South Korea was "the poorest, most impossible country on the planet" when it was founded, according to an advisor to its third president. Yet, in just fifty years it has transformed itself into an economic powerhouse and a democracy that can serve as a model for other countries. How was it able to do this, … Continue reading Book Review – KOREA: The Impossible Country by Daniel Tudor

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Book Review – Eragon by Christopher Paolini

Eragon, a poor village-boy of fifteen finds a polished blue stone in the forest and considers himself very lucky upon the discovery, thinking that it would buy his family meat to survive the upcoming winter. But one day, the stone brings a dragon hatchling and Eragon finds himself embroiled in the politics of the empire … Continue reading Book Review – Eragon by Christopher Paolini

Book Review – Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Caroll

Sometimes, I have believed as many as 6 impossible things before breakfast. Let me just get my overall point of this book review straight to you: Alice's Adventures in Wonderland is THE MOST nonsenical book I have every read in my life! NOTE: I am not implying anything negative by saying that this book is … Continue reading Book Review – Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Caroll

Reflections of Kansai Through the Lens (Part 1)

In April this year, I took a pre-graduation solo trip to the Kansai region in central-western Japan and got a chance to visit three prefectures - Kyoto, Osaka and Nara. It was a seven day trip starting from 6th April 2018 tillย  13th April 2018 and I based myself in central Kyoto. I had always … Continue reading Reflections of Kansai Through the Lens (Part 1)