“I want you always to remember me. Will you remember that I existed, and that I stood next to you here like this?” ― Haruki Murakami, Norwegian Wood
Hi, here is Jerry Chung
A peculiar individual traversing the realm of academia as a PhD student in the field of chemistry. However, it is coding that truly ignites the flames of passion within my soul, surpassing the allure of laboratory experiments.
In the vast tapestry of my existence, one will discover a profound affection for reading and the intricate game of chess. Regrettably, my ventures into the realm of literature often conclude prematurely, leaving me yearning for the completion of the narratives I embark upon. Similarly, my endeavors on the chessboard often result in a chaotic display, lacking the finesse and grace expected of a skilled player.
At the core of my being lies a melancholic disposition, burdened by the weight of introspection. Such is the nature of my being that I find solace in slumber, seeking respite from the trials and tribulations that beset me.
Welcome to IForester
IForester, a haven where I chronicle the intricacies of my daily existence and preserve notes of intellectual intrigue. Inspired by the profound prose of Haruki Murakami’s masterwork, Norwegian Wood, the name of this blog encapsulates the essence of my beliefs. Just as individuals gather and disperse within a vast forest, destiny weaves its threads, ensuring that those meant to cross paths shall do so in due course.
You may wonder why the name is not “IForest,” a seemingly more natural choice. Alas, it has already found its home in the digital realm, claimed by another wanderer in the vast expanse of the internet.
Technically speaking, this digital sanctuary is powered by the remarkable capabilities of Jekyll, a tool that transforms plain text into captivating websites. Its foundation rests upon the exquisite craftsmanship of the Hydejack Free theme, lending an air of elegance to this virtual abode.
Embrace the enigma that lies before you, as we embark on a journey through the labyrinthine corridors of my mind. May the words that grace these pages resonate with your spirit and evoke a sense of introspection, for it is through shared experiences that we find connection in this vast and enigmatic world.