Tai Chi was originally developed as a martial art in 13th-century China, and has remained a key part of Chinese culture ever since. ️🥋 Learning Tai Chi has been a real learning experience, and completely different to what I expected it would be!
Day 1 Arrived 20 minutes early (because of the trains, it was a choice between 20 mins early or 10 mins late. I always go for early).
The genre of music that has played (excuse the pun) the biggest part of my life is classical music. I tend to find classical music the most soothing at night, or when I’m doing work and I don’t want words distracting me. Here’s some classic Mozart.
Another pop track – I couldn’t stop playing this a few days back, so I thought I should jot it down here. Although this isn’t my favourite song of his, Paper Crown really spoke to me. My favourite song is Boy in a Bubble.
Now I’ve shared three songs with you already, how about a piece without words? One of my closest friends introduced me to trailer music and it’s so epic. The build-up is so delicious and the scoring is incredible.
Yes, I’ve been bitten by the kpop bug too – but long before BTS blew up in the West! My favourite group has to be Mamamoo though – their vocals are absolutely stunning and they have such chemistry as a group ❤
I had a few hours to kill in Oxford about a month ago, so I decided to visit the Jeff Koons exhibition at the Ashmolean. As a student at Oxford, I got free entry to the exhibition so I decided to have a nosey. Since I am not an art student, please just take all…
My music tastes are hugely varied, which makes it difficult to pin down exactly what I like. This is why I think my Monday Music series will be interesting to look back on in a few years’ time. This week’s Monday Music is a rock song by A Royal Funeral, which I like to play…