“I’m Fine”

I remember the moment as clear as day, he walked into class and took a seat next to me. He smiled my way and offered his hand. “Hey, how are you?” he asked a smile still intact.  I gave him a look, one that I hope he’d forget. It was pure astonishment, someone had noticed … More “I’m Fine”

Gender Equality

Gender equality has been an issue in today’s society for quite awhile now. The question ringing in everyone’s ear, “Why does gender matter when it comes to equality?” Gender is supposedly a matter when it comes to equality because for as long as anyone could remember, males had always seemed to be the superior one … More Gender Equality

How Does A Community Define An Individual?

  Such a simple question yet there are so many different ways into answering this question, and every answer is debatable depending on how you perceive the situation. I believe that a community is able to define an individual through the individual’s actions and mistakes. Through the mistakes and actions of the individual, it makes … More How Does A Community Define An Individual?

Write to Write

Don’t think. Don’t erase. Just write. I never really understood the beauty of free writing. Sitting down with a piece of paper, a timer set to 15 minutes, and a pencil ready to zoom between the blue lines infront of me, never felt more exhilirating. 15 minutes. As a highschool student, we never really recieve the … More Write to Write

One Simple Act

It takes one simple action to make someone’s day. I learned as I grew older that you don’t need to do extravagant things for other people to make their day. Actions as simple as saying hi to strangers as you walk through the highschool, or telling someone to have a great day, are just some examples on … More One Simple Act

Welcome to my Crib

Guys, this absolutely insane. Today marks the day that, I, yes, Elaine Hoang, will be writing her first blog post. I hope that throughout the year, you will be able to get a better insight of myself from outside of this classroom, as well as inside the classroom. xoxo, Elaine Hoang