Quirky Missy

The creative child is the child who has survived. ~ Ursula K. Le Guin

Category: Theories, Controversial perhaps

Theories adopted, adapted and self-composed.

Ignorance upon Arrogance

On drawing the girl strung like a puppet – a projection of myself; it evoked a series of provoking thoughts. These ideas sat in my mind for a while now, but the recent readings that revolve around abstract but critical thinking brought them up to the surface. Autonomy Is the girl autonomous in her situation? Did she give up trying…

Love Never Dies a Natural Death

Uninterested vs Losing Hope I have reached the same point again that I am seemingly uninterested in romantic relationship. I don’t think it has anything to do with losing hope this time – how nice, I get to discern this time, that time, and all those times! – it has a lot to do with the people I am inclined…

I Don’t Care!

We Alway Care I don’t believe that we will ever not care about what other people think of or see us. We can continue to live in the delusion that we don’t care, but this phrase ‘I don’t care’ is self-explanatory. If we cared enough to make a statement out of it, it clearly illuminates the opposite. It is exactly…

I Am Asian

  Stereotypes are Just Categorization I don’t mean to bring up the race topic but it is the highlight in this post. I am Asian, and in many ways, my behaviours are shaped by my cultural background. Stereotypes are not necessarily a bad thing, they are just categorizations in the mind by creating mental heuristics. Only when it leads to…

Dyslexia Effects on Chinese Characters

Branching Associations I am doing research on Dyscalculia for my research assignment for one of the units that I am taking for this semester. As I am trying to associate and discern dyscalculia learning curve with dyslexia, I have another branching association (among so much more!) about dyslexia in different languages. It’s no surprise that if you start thinking like…

Autism: Keeping the World Out

Why does “social inclusion” play such a big part in intervention for Autism? It’s a no-brainer really. People with autism have significant difficulty in developing relationship/friendship with other people; the preferred mode is isolation. We Don’t Hate People We don’t hate people, in fact, many of us love people. We desire to build deep and meaningful relationships with other people.…

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