My PBs

1x1x1-0.00, 2x2x2-2.04, 3x3x3-19.87 (lucky), 24.xx (non-lucky), 4x4x4-4:43.xx, 5x5x5-12:18.xx, 6x6x6-around 30 mins, 7x7x7-hours and hours, Megaminx-5:12.64, Square-1-1:34.26, Void Cube-1:43.77, Mirror Blocks-4:16.63, Rubik's Twist-11.26

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Monday, December 6, 2010

Wednesday, December 1, 2010

F1n4lly..@ Bl0g P05t

Ok here are some updates
I have added a c0up13 n3w cu835 t0 my c0113ct10n

Has dramatic music...Rubik's Cubes are h4rd f0r d4 0rd1n4ry

1 minute ago I got a 29.99 solve which is a little above average, but is sub 30


Someone timed me.

Plus I'm getting a Gigaminx. Yaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay!

Sunday, September 19, 2010

Cincinnati World Piano Competition

This happened in July 2010 and found this off a website

The Cincinnati-based World Piano Competition announced the winners for its Young Artist Division in an awards ceremony held July 1 at the Aronoff Center. Out of 48 students, ages 5 to 17, who competed, it appears that every youngster in each of 12 categories took home a prize, ranging from $25 to $100.
Here are some highlights:
Sunny Huang, 15, of Novi, Michigan, a student of Faye Mao, won the grand prize of $1,500 in the solo divison, levels 9-12.
Yehan Chen, 16, of Plainfield, Ind., a student of Karen Taylor, won the grand prize of $1,500 for the concerto division, levels 9-12, and a recommended performance with members of the World Symphony Orchestra (to be led by the CSO’s Ken Lam).
Other grand prizes went to ME!!!!!!, student of Nina Polonsky ($500), and co-winners David Du and Suvir Mirchandani, who each won $250.


Yes, school started 5 weeks ago. That is why I haven't been posting much, but my weekends are also busy.

Tuesday, August 17, 2010


For those that don't know, I am in Baltimore and I'm coming back on Thursday.