A Charming Friendship Without BordersManga Review: Satoko and Nada Vol. 1 I couldn’t believe my eyes when I glanced at the cover of Yupechika’s manga, Satoko and Nada in the teen manga section at the bookstore. If you’re a fan of Japanese animation (anime) or Japanese comics (manga) like me, then you noticed that these …
As young children, many kids dream of the day they get to become adults. Many think it of as a walk in the park. As a child, I thought these things too. I imagined adulthood as a time to eat cookies before dinner, drive anywhere and everywhere a truck would take me, and wear glamorous and alluring clothes as I went on dates with debonair men. What people don’t tell you in these days and times, is the little ins and outs that you need to know to handle life as an adult.
We all have dreams and goals that we want to accomplish while we’re on this Earth, but no one will motivate you more than yourself. You have to become your own cheerleader, but also your own coach. This takes a lot of work on yourself but it’s worth it to be able to achieve that level of personal support.
I am a proud activist. I fight for equal treatment among everyone. For peace, respect, comprehension, communication, sensibility, attention. And as a very sensitive person it’s hard for me to not get offended by people’s negative comments or insults. I always get mad, my blood always boil and I end up losing control over myself.
I was in 6th grade when I acknowledged my authentic passion for art, it was a self discovery. I remember one day I decided to draw a character from a famous anime: “WINX CLUB”. I took a sample to reproduce the drawing, I started examining her face, her hair, her eyes; then I settled my mind to the fact that it will be very easy to do it, so I started drawing.