Check out the Top 25 albums from 2022 that are worth your time - from metal to rap, post-punk to indie rock and folk.
Top 10 art books I truly loved
Look at my top 10 art books that are an interesting read available to casual reader. Books that make you think, wonder, fall in love but that also make you mad. From abstract art to Joseon period in Korea.
BTS & Literature: Magic Shop
In his 2016 besteller book "Into the Magic Shop: A Neurosurgeon's Quest to Discover the Mysteries of the Brain and the Secrets of the Heart" the clinical professor of neurosurgery James R. Doty writes a recollection: I am worthy. I am loved. I am cared for. I care for others.I chose only good for myself.... Continue Reading →
BTS & Literature: Spring Day
Warning: Following article contains mild spoilers for the book "The Ones Who Walk Away From The Omelas by an American author and essayist Ursula K. Le Guin. In the short story "The ones who walk away from the Omelas" Ursula K. Le Guin writes:"Joyous! How is one to tell about joy? How describe the citizens... Continue Reading →
Bigger Message is a journey through time and space
Conversation with David Hockney is a journey through time and space of art, influences, philosophies and love towards nature and photography.
The 25 amazing album in 2020
The best and the most I found interesting in music in the past year, from Korean to British and Chinese music.
2020 Korean Albums You Probably Missed | SOOTHING LIST
I would love to introduce you to some of the Korean albums, outside of the idol and mainstream spectrum, you may have missed and that are worth your time.
“BE” with BTS this Autumn
Right about now BTS would be finishing up the biggest tour in the history of the band, with their popularity growing everyday worldwide. Unfortunately like many others, the bands concerts and live shows halting. This is when BTS, back during the first months of pandemic, decided on a unique project - brand new self-produced album.... Continue Reading →
BOOKCLUB | SEP TO OCT – DOMINICAN REPUBLIC
After the summer break I am back with the book club that reads the world and the random generator now picked Dominican Republic and I could not be more excited.
Novel for those who find wonder in mathematics
I truly enjoy novels that are both educating as they are entertaining. It needs to be remembered that "Uncle Petros and Goldbach's Conjecture" and its main character, gifted Greek mathematician Petros Papachristos aka uncle Petros, is a fictional character many other characters appearing in the book and working on their theories are very much facts from history of mathematics field, and it makes the book even more gripping in its story.