Having quit writing, Yalei Wang returns armed with the knowledge that the path to her mental health lies over the bridge of her getting over herself.
Yalei Wang has tried both the psychologist and life coach route and has some advice for anyone considering either option.
Yalei Wang has tried, but she’s had enough. She’s leaving Melbourne…and this time, it’s for good.
For Yalei Wang, being shy and being an introvert are two different things. Read on to find what she thinks makes the introverts introverted, and the shy, well, shy.
Yalei Wang’s experience in the “tough, unforgiving and always real” city of New York is the focus in the second of our bi-monthly “TBS Travelogues.”
Yalei Wang reviews “Confessions of a Sociopath” by ME Thomas – part memoir, part autobiography, it offers rare insight into a misunderstood group “hiding in plain sight.”
Haruki Murakami’s latest novel, Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki, is what we’ve found next to Yalei Wang’s bedside table in this week’s book review.
The “tangential magic” imbued in most of Haruki Murakami’s novels is more than evident in 1Q84, which happens to be the book by Yalei Wang’s bed.
The Biebster trying to appropriate African American culture has been met with derision, and Yalei Wang wonders whether B-Style in Japan is any different?
With the TEDx crew taking on Sydney today, Yalei Wang questions whether the motivational cult around TED is helpful or out of touch with reality.
Yalei Wang has come across the ultimate app for the anti-social, Cloak, and is ready to wrap it around her and avoid those social network stalkers…
Being social is encouraged as a mark of health and happiness, but Yalei Wang asks have we pushed this too far? Have we become incapable of being alone?
Yalei Wang wonders what on earth convinced Anna Wintour to don some socks with sandals and put Kim Kardashian on the front of US Vogue.