The Purple World Of Tiyi
My story, my life, my memoir
My friends are people I like to be around. They influence me a lot and are important people in my life. I know that I can lean on them and they can lean on me.
Rowing Club Members
The Rowing Club Members were not only super-talented, highly-motivated athletes. We were a team that set priorities and expectations and guided attitudes and behaviours on and off the water. Rowing was a meaningful part of my junior high school experience.
A family is a group of people that love and accept you. It is more valuable than silver or gold. Family is the most important piece of the puzzle of my live.
Rowing Club Members
10 facts about me
2. I like eating.
3. I like arts.
4. I like dancing.
5. I like music.
6. I like school.
7. I lived in France, England, Bhuthan, Japan and the Solomon Islands.
8. I speak French, English and Japanese.
9. I have a blog about my life/travels and a youtube channel where I sing.
10. I am extremely open-minded and very organized.
I lived in the Solomon Islands for only one semester of school (5 months) but I discovered a lot of things as well as a new continent, the Pacific. It was a new adventure and a really long journey: from Japan to South Korea, from South Korea to Fiji and from Fiji to the Solomon Islands. I started sailing and running in the Solomon Islands and made friends through those activities.
I was born in Paris on the 13th April 2000. I traveled a lot because my mom worked for the United Nations so I only live in France for 1 or 2 years before moving to another country for 1-3 years. I still consider Paris my home because I go there every summer and winter vacation even when I don't live there.
Tokyo-my second hometown
I lived in Mitaka, Tokyo for three years 2010-2013. I learned Japanese and learned a lot during those three years. I graduated 6th grade in Japan. It was my first graduation and I was really happy. I still go to Mitaka at least once every two years to see my friends. Everyone knows me in the neighborhood because there are no black people in Mitaka except my mom and I.