I often re-remember the times when I wrote something everyday or every month. In order to reflect upon my work and life and inspired by Matt Webb's article on Weeknotes, I've decided scribble down thoughts and group them by weeks.

In the hopes of making these weeknotes useful when looking back, I'm tagging work done under an organization/collective with the symbol &. In the future, I will sort these weeknotes by projects, to trace and see how everything unfolded.

As these are published in very raw form, please be generous when reacting to them.

Slow and steady, Adoption | #20

This is my 20th weeknotes. It feels like I’ve been writing weeknotes for half a year now but I suppose I’m still a few weeks short from that. This past...

Events, Catching up, Like-minded people | #19

Missed a week of weeknotes, so here’s a long one. These past two weeks were a lot of absorbing and digesting. I attended the first social systems game night in...

Collective creative freedom | #18

In my weeknotes #9, I wrote about the idea creative freedom: This idea of gaining creative freedom, or research freedom, is perhaps something that I find many different communities strive...

Break, Home, Back | #17

It’s been a month since I last synced weeknotes to the website. I tried out writing weeknotes in Apple Notes for the last month and I think I still prefer...

Book, Communication | #16

Spent the first day of 2019 finishing Kaifu Lee’s “AI Superpower”. It’s been a while since I’ve started and finished a book. I chose to read the book in Chinese...

Things in 2018 | #15

I wanted to document everything I’ve done and have not done this year. The reason why I’ve decided to do this is because I’ve graduate from college, and life/what I’ve...

Custom orders| #14

This time back, I’ve been ordering customized prints and cards for friend’s companies and myself. That process (not really an experience) is an entirely different one than in America. In...

Payment systems, Alternative business models| #13

Skipped a week of weeknotes because I was traveling and getting distracted by being home. This is the first time I’m using Alipay and WeChat Pay and it’s so fascinating...

Reflection | #12

Recently, I’ve been looking back at the think wrong chart, and thinking about how I’m falling into the trap of going for the safe route. To be honest, ever since...

Conversations, Income sharing agreements | #11

📓 Triggered by some recent conversations, I’ve been spending a good portion of this week reflecting upon my post-graduation life. I think I’m getting a much better sense of what...

LA, Scooters | #10

– 🎤 I still need to get better at pitching and proposing. It doesn’t feel like I can effectively highlight the key points I want to communicate, perhaps because I’m...

Creative freedom, School, Micromobility | #9

Been listening to quite a few podcasts about Patreon and Kickstarter lately. This idea of gaining creative freedom, or research freedom, is perhaps something that I find many different communities...

Podcasts, Goal | #8

This week, I’ve finally abandoned Apple Podcasts and switched to Breaker Podcasts. I’v had the Breaker app for a few months now but was never compelled to actually start using...

Time, Coding, Website | #7

This week went by very fast. I really enjoyed working on shadowing the project at work, learning more about the technical aspect of what we are building, and brainstorming possible...

Unsplash, Kickstarter, Job | #6

Launching a Quickstarter through Kickstarter call &BBCube tomorrow and I’m so nervous about it! I love it when a project is coming together and is ready to be shared. It...

Indie Makers, Starting small | #5

Recently, my commute time has increased slightly and coincidently, I’ve stumbled upon several more podcasts to enjoy. In particular, I’ve spent quite a lot of time reading/listening (ironically not so...

Work, School, Reality | #4

This week feels like a week of production work. I spent much less time thinking and a lot more time executing. It feels nice to balance the week with some...

Lost | #3

I feel exponentially lost.

Architecture, Cedric Price | #2

“Technology is the answer, but what was the question?” Cedric Price asked. I’m currently half way through “Architectural Intelligence” by Molly Wright Steenson. Since the beginning of my senior year,...

Four years, post-college, freelancing, collective | #1

It has been 4 months since I’ve graduated from college, and 4 years since I’ve graduated from high school. Time flies. When I graduated from high school, college graduation sounded...