the boy who sits in front of me tuesday and thursday from 2-315 sketches a new rendering spiderman in great detail each day. impressive.
jenny lewis and johnny rice put on a great show.
kirsten dunst dates their drummer- she was there. yes we saw kirsten at the 40 watt. she looked appropriately hipster.
eternal summers opened for jenny and johnny. they were super fun; as heather said they are like the cranberries with a contemporary edge- like craisins. sassy asain + long haired drummer= great sound
this is the earliest i have gone to bed this week. bliss.
Relationships between people are very different here and in Korea. I love relationships in Korea. Here it’s very individual. You have Yourself, and Myself. It’s very independent. Here, people always ask each other questions like “Do you trust me?” or “Are you really honest?”Because people here are very individual, we make bridges between you and me to cross. And that bridge is the trust and honesty people associate with that relationship.
But in Korea, people don’t think of their individual positions, so when two people are friends, we think of “ourselves,” the “us.”We don’t really need that bridge to spell out the trust and the honesty, you know?
If, let’s say, you betrayed me or lied to me, fine, there is an understanding that it’s not the end of the world. Do you know what I’m saying? In Korea, if my friend lied to me, I understand that there was a good reason for that lie. Here it’s like “I trusted you so much!” [Laughs.] “Now there is nothing left in my relationship with you!” I don’t like those things.” —photographer Nikki S. Lee on Jung [In Korean, to have Jung is to have interest and affection for another person.]