Yes, 3 characters! ;)

Yes, 3 characters! ;) of what? You may ask. If you’re a member of, you’d probably know that we can’t have username with less than 4 characters. This weblog was created during the time was still new and you could only create an account if you got invitation from the ones who were already members. So, let’s say, it was in beta. When I got an invitation from a friend, I wanted it to be simple and able to fit a lot of subjects so I created this with only 3 characters. At this time, I didn’t pay attention to another public blogs and news about WP, until I got referral link from a weblog whose author mentioned this blog. There I noticed that wordpress has limited the username to be at least 4 characters.

Now, I know that it has taken me a long time to update this weblog, but I’m not going to abandon/delete this account, even though I may delete all the posts and start again, like what I’ve done before¬†(why? Well, I don’t have any reason for that. Because I can, maybe? :). Not updating doesn’t mean I haven’t watched any movies/read any book. I’m just lazy.

And oh, I don’t know how I’m supposed to feel about having only three characters on my url: insecure? proud? Nah, I feel insecure, but I don’t want to change it because I know I won’t be able to go back to three characters.


Your Lie in April (2016)


This Japanese drama film is about Kosei Arima, a piano prodigy who, after his mother died suffered from¬†psychological trauma caused him to be unable to hear the sound of his piano playing, and he gave up on it until he met Kaori Miyazono, an extrovert, free-spirited violinist who changed his life drastically. Together with Kosei’s friends Tsubaki and Watari, they tried to convince him to play again. Now, I’m not going to tell the whole story because if you haven’t watched the movie, I will just annoy you by telling it here. But if you’re currently in a melancholic situation and want to watch this, may I suggest you to keep a box of tissues near by :)

Well, I must say that the story kind of relates to me as in being too nervous to perform that I can’t even hear my own violin playing during performance. This is why I’m not able to be a soloist. And oh….I will never be because I want to save you from the noise and chaos that I make ;)

And this paragraph is for violinists. I may have to alert you that although the violinist’s bowing technique in this film is horrible, let’s just capture the whole message that the story offers. I like Kaori’s optimist personality. She’s the one who could inspire people to go out of the box, to do what we’ve been wanting to.

This story can relate to the life of many musicians whether you’re a modern music performer, or classical, or both. Although the story sounds kind of boring and predictable if I tell you briefly about what it’s all about because I don’t want to tell a complete story, but the advices given are such a great inspiration. I recommend this drama if you like Japanese. This film is taken from a Japanese manga book authored by Naoshi Arakawa.