It took me years before I realized my strength in life. That strength was my writing skills. Through ages, it was once my weak point. Now, creative writing had adapted into my possession as I aged within my teens. My inspiration became thicker. It first led to my favorite author of all times: Edgar Allan Poe. Poe's style of dark romantic had helped me think of into the other side of my conscience. Poe, Hawthorne and Mary Shelley became my role model for my writing skills and poetic spirit.
Though these three became a great figure for my historical skills, there is one person who really stood among these shadows. He is my hero, my inspiration, he is everything. His name is Jay Chou. Jay had become my hero through his great legacy of acting, singing composing and being himself. Most of Jay's movie and music had made my stories generated a vague purpose. My current story, "The Prince in Prague", was drawn behind Jay's music, "In The Name of the father." By just watching Jay, I've created so much accomplishment. He is my influence.