The size of your life is directly proportional to the amount of
courage you hold in your heart.
Whatever you’ve been thinking of doing, do. Do, so you can trust;
trust, so you can receive. And finally: receive, so you can give.





This is my practicum of life. Below you’ll find a scatterboard of the many things that make me who I am.

I recently obtained my bachelor’s degree at the
University of California, Berkeley
in 2019. I triple majored in Cognitive Science, Sociology, and Political Economy, with a minor in Education. I plan on pursuing a post-graduate degree in philosophy or religion in the near future.

I teach english, philosophy, and critical thinking—often all wrapped into one big course on life.

Ultimately, I would like to get out of my own way. To let go of all things, and let all the things do themselves. I am committed to a focused life, to deep work, because it’s the best kind of life there is.  In doing so, I hope to cultivate the garden where my most authentic self may flourish.

I am currently based in Taipei, Taiwan.

e.  kevinishuang@gmail.com

If you have an offer, opportunity, or introduction that might make my life more interesting, email me at kevinishuang@gmail.com. For the reasons stated above, I’ll only respond to those proposals that are a good match for my schedule and interests.














CURRENT JOB but the great man is he who in the midst of the crowd LOREM IPSUM READING it is easy in solitude to live after our own; WRITING HIKING YOGA And between these two banks, flows the river of my life. Love tells me I am everything, wisdom tells me I am nothing. JOURNALING It is easy in the world to live after the world's opinion, but the great man is he who in the midst of the crowd keeps with perfect sweetness the independence of solitude. —Ralph Waldo Emerson —Nisargadatta Maharaj TEACHING TESTIMONIALS

The size of your life is directly proportional to the amount of
courage you hold in your heart.
Whatever you’ve been thinking of doing, do. Do, so you can trust;
trust, so you can receive. And finally: receive, so you can give.





This is my practicum of life. Below you’ll find a scatterboard of the many things that make me who I am.

I recently obtained my bachelor’s degree at the University of California, Berkeley

in 2019. I triple majored in Cognitive Science, Sociology, and Political Economy, with a minor in Education. I plan on pursuing a post-graduate degree in philosophy or religion in the near future.

I teach english, philosophy, and critical thinking—often all wrapped into one big course on life.

Ultimately, I would like to get out of my own way. To let go of all things, and let all the things do themselves. And in doing so, I hope to find myself

in being my most authentic self.

e.  kevinishuang@gmail.com
p.  +1-949-290-4285 (US)
p. +886-926-188-758 (TW)


I am currently based in Taipei, Taiwan.








TEACHING





STUDENT TESTIMONIALS 

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READING




JOURNALING



1/15/2021 Everyday is full of magic. Tiny lessons with big truths in every interaction. This is a reminder to keep your eyes, your ears, and most importantly your heart open.



HIKING





WRITING




YOGA




“Wisdom tells me I am nothing. Love tells me I am everything. And between these two banks flows the river of my flows.”
― Nisargadatta Maharaj


but the great man is he who in the midst of the crowd LOREM IPSUM

KEVIN HUANG