Who and what are you?

Sunday 28 February 2010, 7.56am HKT

A 26-year-old Chinese lady tells it her way about herself in a nutshell:

“… act on impulse is totally me, yet am rated too rational most of the time.”

On what’s she doing with her life:

“A little bit too much at any single time, absolutely nothing at a particular time.”

Her talents?

“Having split personalities – being a major slacker and the most competitive person ever. strong emotions against completely rational analytical thinking most of the time. Co-existence of all the extremes.”

And she spends a lot of time thinking about:

“A lot of things, depends on the moment really.”

Aren’t we all a bit like that?

And the best line of all about the first things she thinks others usually notice about her:

“My existence as a whole, you can’t take things apart.”

(18 Dec 2008)

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