A Length of Twine

It’s the small details, the slipups, and the flaws that are a result of human error that make each piece unique

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It’s about time I introduce myself…

Hi there! My name is Rachel Song and I’m currently a high school senior residing in sunny California. So yes, I’m young, I’m Asian-American… I’m not your typical DIY blogger which is why I was so reluctant to introduce myself in the first place. (Then again how many of you guys actually care about the person behind the screen.) In any case, hopefully this explains my long hiatus last fall/winter as I was busy with college applications! And now as my results are coming in I’ve been going around visiting campuses as well. But now I’m back and hopefully will be posting regularly again. Ummm yeah, this is a photo of me at “The Claw” fountain at Stanford University. And as much as I’d like to say that I’m attending there next fall, I was not admitted sadly.

Yep, this is me! Take it or leave it - hopefully it doesn’t change your impressions of my blog.

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Ever wanted to experience a Japanese culture festival from those anime and manga series? If you’re from the Bay Area, then come check out this local high school event! Bunkasai is a festival that aims to spread awareness of Japanese culture while helping a great cause - this year, all profits will be donated to Direct Relief to help the victims of Typhoon Haiyan. Come out and try some traditional Japanese foods, watch amazing performances from Stanford Taiko, try your hand at smashing watermelons, and have a good time! Admission is free!
For more info go to jnhsbunkasai.org

Ever wanted to experience a Japanese culture festival from those anime and manga series? If you’re from the Bay Area, then come check out this local high school event! Bunkasai is a festival that aims to spread awareness of Japanese culture while helping a great cause - this year, all profits will be donated to Direct Relief to help the victims of Typhoon Haiyan. Come out and try some traditional Japanese foods, watch amazing performances from Stanford Taiko, try your hand at smashing watermelons, and have a good time! Admission is free!

For more info go to jnhsbunkasai.org

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