About this blog
Murakaza neza, karibu, bienvenue, and welcome. And willkommen, I suppose.
It’s 90 degrees in Cambridge, MA. (or, if you live in any other part of the world except the United States, it’s 32 degrees celsius), and I’m in a air-conditioned room that brings down that number to below 70 degrees – no wonder some people think climate change isn’t real. I’m based in Washington, DC, the center of ladder-climbing, name-dropping, and back-stabbing politics.
You’ll find on this blog: my rambling on law, politics and academia; lamenting on the mundaneness of current affairs; and my over-enthusiasm for renewable energy. I blog in English, and occasionally, Chinese.
a student at Harvard (as you could guess from the domain name) a senior research assistant at Brookings Institution, foreign policy program, focusing on energy and Asian Pacific security, but none of my eccentricity, narcissism, or views here reflect that of the institution.
Thanks for reading, and comments are welcome!