Travel Writing: Gaithersburg, MD
Travel Writing / January 10, 2019

Gaithersburg is a well-crafted story with layers of meaning and presence, imbued with contrasts and variations. Its historic landmarks are mingled with contemporary architecture, local traditions balanced with diversified outlook, old-world charm blended with dynamic modernization.

Travel Writing: Rockville, MD
Travel Writing / January 7, 2019

The city of Rockville is clustered with joyous neighborhoods and stores for one’s personal wants. This thriving city is featured with a hustling town center, scenic parks and trails, and a wide array of outdoor activities.

Book Review: Refugee by Alan Gratz
Book Reviews / January 4, 2019

In different generations, from different countries, with different stories, three young refugees embark on a life-risking journey with their family in the novel Refugee by Alan Gratz, fleeing their hometowns in search for a new life of freedom, peace, and happiness.

Book Review: The Last Kids on Earth
Book Reviews / December 23, 2018

It is extremely difficult to survive a zombie apocalypse. It is even harder to survive when you are all alone, surrounded by a raft of zombies. Somehow, Jack, a mindless but plucky boy, manages to survive. So far. In the series of The Last Kids on Earth, Max Brallier describes Jack’s adventure of staying alive and saving the world.

Because I’m a Safety Patrol
Other Work , Poem / December 20, 2018

The morning wind howled, sending a wave of swirling air,
Shivers of cold running up and down my spine.
As chattering students head inside the school,
I huddle up tight on the sidewalk, fulfilling my morning duties,
Because I’m a safety patrol.