National Novel Writing Month started! Come, join or follow!
And I am participating in it. Please check out my blog entries on Mundane Traveller. National Novel Writing Month – Come and Join! National Novel Writing Month Day 3 – … Continue reading
Absoluteness of values – social trust and externalities of swindling
Recently I was on a beautiful island called Don Det, which is part of an area called “The 4000 islands” on the border of Laos to Cambodia. It was a … Continue reading
Australia’s black swans, their impact on economic theory and application to real businesses
Black swans and applying economic theory to real businesses Inspiration of the black swan to the theory of the same name The black swans on the photo are the same … Continue reading
How to become an independent traveller with just 10 Euro a day
Introduction to the independent travel style On my other blog “The Mundane Traveller” I just wrote about an important part of an independent mind and lifestyle: travelling. It is easy … Continue reading
The Mundane Philosopher incarnated as winged lion in ancient Venice
Having travelled the world, it is time to review past travels, so The Mundane Philosopher decided to see Venice again.
The Evil Queen – caught with a suspicious apple
The Mundane Philosopher caught the Queen with a suspicious apple possibly intened for Snow White at the Miniatures Museum of Taipei.
Master of Puppets – creation, involvement and attachment
Creation, involvement and attachment Visiting Geppetto and Pinnochio at the Miniature Museum of Taipei made me reflect about the act of creation and the deep attachment to those things we … Continue reading
2013: A new beginning after the end of the world as we know it
We are writing the year 2013 AD…. …it is the first day of the year, and I am in Taipei, Taiwan, ROC, to escape the cold of Shanghai, PRC*. According … Continue reading