About Me

I’m a law student by day, but a tech nerd through the day. Fascinated with the digital world, I appreciate all the convenience and sparks brought by ether and gadgets. I enjoy facilitating everyday life with digital devices and I’m always in search of methods to improve productivity. That being said, laziness, impatience and hubris are the virtues I always extol.

Alongside those stiff metal boxes, I would also add some softer and more humanistic brushes to my life by designing and photographing (mostly iPhoneographing), which you can see on Instagram. You can also hear some of my shouts & murmurs on Twitter and Weibo.

Let me just conclude the introduction here — more words could be trolling in this busy world.


NEVERLAND is a place for me to store trivia which I think are even ineligible for Evernote. So far, it contains verbose logs of fiddling with my devices, buggy translations of articles that caught my (not necessarily your) eyes, casual excerpts from the Internet, et cetera. As the name conveys, you could never expect something useful from it, but neither could you expect you will never find one.

Blogging seems to be an anachronism in this information-abundant era. After all, what’s the point jotting down words that may never be revisited even by yourself, only to add entropy to a system already chaotic enough to make people fatigue?

There is a distinction, however, between being selective to consume contents, and to produce contents. Surely it won’t make any visible contribution to enlarge a huge pie by a zillionth inch, but neither will it do any harm. And, it might be this very addition that helps one in need. From this perspective, the words here don’t exist for being useful. They exist for a potential future me or someone else in search of resonance, recollections or reconcilement. If there is a possibility, there is a dynamic.

Never say never — ’cause we say “never” by believing in the “ever”.

Disclaimers & Copyrights

Reasonable care is taken to ensure the information I provided here is experimented or checked by myself and up to date at the time of publication, but it is still subject to inaccuracies and changes. I take no responsibility for any errors/omissions, or any damages/distress resulting from following the advice or information made available.

Some rights of mine are waived under the condition of CC BY-NC-ND 4.0, which means you are free to copy and redistribute the material from this site in any medium or format, as long as you give appropriate credit without remixing, transforming, and using for commercial purposes. I’m not intended to put any limitations on my writings, though — I don’t even think many of them worth one, but as a law student I’m educated to always be prepared for the worst, so forgive me if you think it’s unnecessary to do so.