On the Chinese man’s second disappearance

This is a short story about the Chinese man’s second disappearance. Werther Armand does not begin something just to forget it. He is coming back from a long and in-depth mind trip for some time. The Chinese man’s romance continues.  This show will rock better. Bye for now, see you very soon in the next … Continue reading

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On Memory 2

This is another story about memory. One thing Werther Armand believes to be very curious in his hometown is that many day care centers for the elderly are situated next to kindergartens or child care centers. The one in which Werther Armand spent three good years pissing his pants and crying for his mother was … Continue reading

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On Memory

This is a story about memory. When Jean-Paul Sartre said he had discovered himself through reading, Werther Armand’s ego was awaken by the love of his mother in a toy shop. Lady Constance Macbeth told her little boy that every mother might not be affluent enough to buy their kids a lot of toys, but they had given their … Continue reading

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On I Don’t Know

This is a story about I-don’t-know. It is never a tedious thing to speak of Werther Armand’s childhood nastiness. A spoiled little brat without maternal discipline was always 120% ready to try his fearless tricks and walk away (like a man). One day, he saw a picture of a supermodel with a bunch of tulips stuffed in her cleavage with a slogan– Love me, … Continue reading

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On Courage

This is a story about courage. Kids are fearless. They are not afraid of anything not because they are not, but because they are unaware of the fearful consequences.  Werther Armand is no exception. When his father lectured him to be a man, he was told that God had given men a pair of balls to intensify our courage. Therefore, men should not … Continue reading

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On Paris

This is a story about Paris (inspired by Midnight in Paris). As Werther Armand introduces himself in overture, French literature is an importance source of influence in his early twenties. His coming to France a couple of years ago was due to his desire of shortening his physical distance with the French air and sunshine. (Of course, … Continue reading

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On Diary

This is a personal story about diary. (Should diary not be personal?) On the first day of the second millennium, Werther Armand decided to keep a diary. He was in love with a girl whom might not even know his loving her. It was his adolescent crisis and he was afraid of not recording his feelings this love … Continue reading

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On Women

This is a story about women. (So, this entry is going to be longer than usual. Yes, for women!) Millions of words have been written on women since the Stone Age. (Was there a gender difference at that time?) Having talked about men, it may seem sexist if the vestige of women is absent in the … Continue reading

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On Loneliness

This is a story about loneliness. Werther Armand dislikes to be lonely. Unfortunately, renowned in the neighborhood as a desperately traditional Chinese woman who pushes the kids to the maximum, his mum learnt from some dusty Chinese classic that all successful men in Chinese history had locked themselves up in some extreme condition for a … Continue reading

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On Men

This is a story about men. Once upon a time, at the very beginning of Werther Armand’s life, the first person he had recognized was his mother. Naturally, he began his journey to adulthood imitating all feminine features of his mother. One day, his hysterical dad freaked out and took away little Werther Armand from his wife. He could not tolerate his son, a to-be-man, playing … Continue reading

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