Who inspires you? My grandfather as he was a national war hero in Korea
Where’s your favorite place in the world? That would be Qubec City, Canada. I am not Canadian though
If you could be any animal, which would you be? Peregrine falcon. They are the fastest animal and when hunting they have to be quick and precise.
What’s the coolest thing you’re working on right now? I am assisting a friend in efforts to harness more e-waste within the NY-Metro region.
Who would you most like to swap places with for a day? I’d like to be Ryan Reynolds for a day
What’s the best meal you ever had? I am really into sushi. I loved Masa in NYC. It was definitely an experience.
Which four individuals, living or dead, would you like to eat dinner with the most? My Grandfather, Mother, Sister, and best friend.
If you were a crayon, what color would you be? I’d be red.
Favorite sport to watch? What’s your favorite team? Tennis. I used to follow Rafael Nadal
What is your favorite season and why? I love the Fall because it is the perfect season for me. I like to wear pi-coats and sweaters. In regards to nature, I love to hike and see the leaves changing colors along with the fresh air.
Here’s a little something I once wrote titled My Journey.
The natural world is an uncanny illustration of my personal philosophical journey. I take a hike every Saturday, awaiting the new surprises that I might see. As I am walking through the woods, I take a bumpy path, consisting of twists and turns. Each hike becomes a peregrination through life. I always begin with rough, uneven surfaces, but soon find myself on a trail of excitement and surprises. Every step forward is risky because I am literally walking along an edge. No matter how difficult each novel terrain is to navigate, the sheer knowledge that these challenges are surmountable renews my zeal to press forward. At the end of the trail, there is a waterfall, a place where each heartbeat is in tune with every splash. The surge of water is a constant reminder of how effort has lead me here. With all these efforts combined like each water, droplet is combined to form the river, I can make every step become a part of something great, something endless, like the waterfall.
– Eric Ha