So what's this?

While browsing through the world wide web, you've seemingly stumbled across this... but what's this? Well, you've discovered my blog! It might not be a prized possession, but it's something I've and will continue to work on for the next few months.

Sorry, that's rude of me; I forgot to introduce myself. Hi, I am Jason Liu. I am a grade 11 student at The Woodlands School in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada. I am 16 years old, and I am passionate about computer science and mathematics. I am currently constructing a personal website, but you can find me on LinkedIn and GitHub for now. In my spare time, I like to solve computer programming and math questions. Something about them always intrigues me. Going through the long, arduous process of finding a method of tackling the problem and then actually finding the answer is a rewarding and gratifying process. I always get excited and mindblown reading a smart or more efficient solution to the problem. Aside from academics, I am a Co-President of our school's Math Club, a Vice-President of Debate Club, and a Director of Technology at FuturFund. I am also a SHAD Fellow which I'll be posting a lot about in the future. (You can find my other roles on Linkedin and my resume.) However, one of the most suprising things about me is that I play table tennis (yes professionally!) for the Ontario Provincial and Canadian National Team. I am fortunate that I had the chance to represent Canada and North America at the World Junior Championships and World Cadet Challenge.

In this blog, I hope to communicate what I've learned whether that be in my personal experiences or exploring my interests. But more so, writing here will help improve my writing skills and solidify the concepts that I learn every week. So, don't expect any significant or groundbreaking theories, but you can come here to watch my story unfold. I hope you'll learn a bit while you're here and enjoy reading about me. If you have any suggestions, comments, critiques, or if you just want to talk to me, send me a message on LinkedIn or Facebook. I'll be glad to converse!

Wow, you made it to the end of this post. Thanks for sticking around and I hope you follow for what comes next!