Our writers are the heart of Love[asia]music. Here is a bit about each one to get to know them.
As one of the founders, Jae is currently in college studying graphic design. She first became interested in Japanese music when she heard the song Passion by Utada Hikaru and from there it gradually grew to different countries. Being synesthetic, music from other countries has fueled her imagination and reflected in her design work in a way American music never could. In the future she plans to possibly move to South Korea and study the language, but for now she gets a chance to practice her design abilities with Love[asia]music.
Jean’s passion for Japanese music started is 2005 when she grew tired of listening to American music and stole her brother’s mix CD, which contained songs such as “Shounen Heart”, “CHANCE!”, and “Wings of Words”. This became the start of her addiction and she eventually branched out to other artists via anime. She first joined Love[Japan]Music in 2009 and became a founder of Love[asia]Music with Jae in 2010. Her current addictions now are Home Made Kazoku, TMR/ABS, Suga Shikao, Big Bang, Daichi Miura, Chemistry, and a million other artists. Currently in college, Her future plans are to graduate and move to South Korea with Jae to teach English as a Second Language.
Soon-to-be college student, Josephine, from the Philippines, is a certified music and drama fanatic and also a black belt in taekwondo. She loves music both new and old from multiple different countries, as well as instrumentals. Having art as her interest and line of expertise, she dreams of getting a career related to Multimedia in the future. Currently, Sephine (as she wants to be called) focuses on her studies, but despite her many school-related activities, she chooses to still become a part of Love[asia]Music.
Become a writer for Love[asia]Music
Our purpose is to create and design an interesting asian music blog where users can conveniently find new music from different countries all in one place without searching through infinite websites and we are always looking for help. If you are interested in becoming a writer for Love[asia]Music please e-mail us(firstname.lastname@example.org) or leave a comment with the following information:
- Name & Contact information(such as skype or aim username)
- Brief paragraph about yourself & why you feel you are qualified
- If you currently write please state where & provide a link to the website.