Happy Chinese New Year 2012!

Happy Chinese New Year!

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Happy New Year 2012!

It’s the start of a brand new year!

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Merry Christmas 2011

Merry Christmas!

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Saber and Tohsaka Rin summer version

Saber and Tohsaka Rin summer version figures by ALTER along with a Saber plastic kit by Kotobukiya.

I’ll be adding the two ALTER figures to Figure Haven sometime this week (perhaps tomorrow?) along with a bunch of other new arrivals. All I have to say is, ALTER does not disappoint.

Aksys Games – Japan Benefit Sale

Aksys Games is running a sale in their online store until March 24th where 100% of what you spend there will be donated to charity efforts in Japan.

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Japan Earthquake and Tsunami

Northeastern Japan was devastated by a 8.9 magnitude earthquake (the epicenter was around 231 miles northeast of Tokyo) and its resulting tsunami on March 11, 2011.

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Bakuman – A Life Lesson

I decided to catch up on Bakuman around two weeks ago and then proceeded to consecutively watch 16 episodes of the anime. The story that follows two students working furiously to reach their dream of becoming manga artists really drew me in. In fact, I went and read 120 chapters of the manga right after that since I simply couldn’t wait for the next episode of the anime.

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Happy New Year 2011!

Before the year draws to a close, here are some of my highlights for 2010.

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Merry Christmas 2010

Merry Christmas!

We didn’t really do presents this year except for my mom. She got me a vacuum flask that’s specialized for tea. Other than that, we’re having hot pot tonight for dinner which we haven’t done in ages.

I hope everyone has a wonderful Christmas weekend!

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Yet Another Year Gone

Another year of my life has rapidly passed by when I turned 23 today. It’s true, the years really do go by faster as you get older.

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