It’s important to play.

When children play they practice essential life skills and, if they’re school-aged, they experience their academic lessons firsthand in the real world.

When adults play, they can develop more sophisticated problem solving skills and potentially gain greater empathy.

The Cranial Gunk blog is me playing.

I’m developing old skills and learning new lessons.

Through the blog, I am a better writer, reader, editor, and content creator.

My writing has been published in Rice Daddies, an Asian American fatherhood blog, the Asian American Literary Review’s Local/Express, which explored Asian American activism in the 90’s, and Nuyorasian, an anthology of New York Asian American writers.

The Cranial Gunk blog a highly curated journal of my opinions.

I review books, movies, and video games.