like at 3 am

im lovin this whole be the ceo of your own company stuff highlight is doing bc wow we actually already got a dance practice video and a performance mv and a billion variety show appearances, photoshoots and they just keep going

Trying to walk through the house at night:

I really dislike relaxing. Like the entire time I am, I’m trying to do 3 other things so I don’t “waste” time on myself. I’m always anxious that somehow I am wasting time. Even when I don’t have a single other thing to do, something in me makes me feel like I’m running out of time or wasting life. why?? what is that…

YAAAY! Singapore here we come!

finally the time has come!! kaimint and i are going to singapore tomorrow and there we’re going to see EXO live! can you believe that it’s finally happening? because.. after four years.. it still feels like it’s a dream to me :3
but anyways.. i am ready, absolutely!

so for the next few days.. my blog mostly will be on queue (i’ve liked a huge bunch of old/ mama-era pictures of jongin - so prepapre yourself for the memories-feels hehe) but i will try my best to come online every now and then, especially after the concert :3 (all of the posts about the trip and/ or the concert will be tagged as ~nabi’s trip to the exoplanet~)

see you soon, dear fairies!

can i just say something?

when I was a kid, I told my mom that I wanted to be an actress when I grew up. You know what she told me?

She said, “sure, but you’re going to have to do it in China. America won’t hire you if you’re Asian.”

And that was it for that dream. 

Of course, that was just a phase - one of many, one I would’ve gotten over anyway. But what she said stuck to me. You’re going to have to act in China, because America doesn’t hire Asians.

And if there’s anything I learned over these years, it’s that she was right. Asian-Americans don’t get to see ourselves on screen. We don’t get to read about our deeds. And we get pissed. We complain, we shout, and people dismiss us because, oh, “the Japanese are okay with Ghost in the Shell”, and “I’ve heard that mainland Chinese are perfectly fine with Iron Fist.” Well, great for them. This isn’t about them.

This is about us. Asian-Americans. Asian-Canadians. Asian-Australians. Asian hyphen something. And the Asians in Asia don’t understand - because they can’t. They’re surrounded by media portrayals of them. They never have to fight for representation because it’s always there. They have no idea what it’s like to live in a country that sees you as other, and then to have to go back to your home country, to have your parents tell you “this is you, this is your culture, your heritage” and you look upon the faces of your family and you see nothing of yourself in them. 

Asian-Americans are not the same as Asians who live in Asia. We live in a different culture. Our values, our beliefs, the experiences that shape our lives are separate. 

We want to see ourselves in western media because it’s what we grew up with. It’s what surrounds us. Sure, we can watch K-dramas and anime and Chinese/Taiwanese/Japanese/whatever dramas, and a lot of us do, but it’s still not us

We shouldn’t have to go watch Asian dramas just to see a part of us represented. We shouldn’t have to move to Asia just to be hired. 

We deserve to represent, and be represented, as ourselves.


Sherlock checking up on John (John checking up on Sherlock)


Part 3 of Yuri!!! on Ice but with text-to-speech voices and pretty awful writing.

Part 2: Viktor’s Lament // Part 3: Pip Pip Yurio // Part 4: Eye of the Tiger

So I know like 90% of the fandom is against black paladin Keith and like for the most part, I’m kinda iffy about it myself. But hear me out. Black paladin Keith… whose right-hand man is Lance. Lance acts as an advisor of sorts, whom Keith trusts, no questions asked. If Shiro isn’t going to listen to Lance, Keith will. Keith already knows Lance is capable and takes the mission seriously (even though he seems to take little else seriously. That’s not to say he isn’t serious, just he copes differently). They have already experienced first hand that working together yields success. And already we can see that when it gets down the nitty gritty, they fall into a harmonious efficiency, despite the air of competitiveness between them. Keith is the drive and the passion and Lance, the patience and positivity. Together they make an unstoppable force. A good team, if you will.