Welcome to our Web site!
If you're reading this, it's almost certainly because we've told you this page exists, so you already know us, and it seems rather unlikely that you'd need to read a brief bio on either of us.
But - for those who have stumbled across here by accident - here goes anyway...
We met as students in the group formerly known as the North Melbourne Cell Group, based at the Swanston Street Church of Christ (in Melbourne, Australia). God was kind, bringing together in us a rather unusual combination, Akiko being Japanese, and myself being an "ABC" - Australian Born Chinese.
Anyway, after seeing each other in the group for a while, we decided it would be fun to get to know each other better.
After a bit longer, we decided it'd be even more fun to get married.
So we did (almost three years ago now).
We're currently living in Newcastle (in Newcastle, New South Wales), where I'm currently working in a general practice, and Akiko is working as a "data manager" for a clinical trials group.
While the food here in Newcastle is not quite in the same league as Melbourne, I'm happy to report that there are a few little gems here.
So, yeah, we're pretty happy here!
Amusing little note...
"Computers are female because...No but their creator understands their internal logic...The native language they use to communicate with other computers is incomprehensible to everyone else...The message "bad command" or "Error 484293" is about as informative as "if you don't know why I'm mad at you I'm not going to tell you"...Even your smallest mistake is stored in the long term memory for later retrieval...As soon as you are committed to one you find yourself spending half your disposable income on accessories for it..."
"Computers are male because...They have a lot of data but are clueless...They are supposed to help you solve problems, but half the time they are the problem...As soon as you commit to one you realise if you waited a little longer you could have got a better model...In order to get their attention you have to turn them on...Big power surges knock them out for the rest of the night..."
This page was last updated on 08/14/00.