10098_574735382556785_1199100690_n22-years old LLB Law (with specialization in Commercial and Corporate Law) student. Born in Poland, currently living and studying in London, England. Aiming to become computer law and intelectual property lawyer, and at some point publish his own book.

I am still considering the place that I want to live and settle in. Who knows, perhaps it is going to be Hong Kong, Canada, Korea or even Australia.

Addicted to Quora, TheVerge, my kindle and taking pictures.

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32 thoughts on “About

  1. Thank you for liking my book club post! You have a neat Blog, and I think your comment about Murakami is very interesting. IO84 is on my list. I wonder if the translation has something to do with reading Murakami–from my experience with Norwegian Wood too, but I read both the English and the Chinese translation of What I Talk About when I Talk about Walking, and it came to life more with Chinese. I’ll be back to visit, and hope you’ll drop by again.

    1. Thank you for the nice words! I have read Murakami’s books in 2 different languages, unfortunately neither of them is Japanese. Apparently (according to one of the translators’ statement) Murakami is really hard to translate, it is easy to lost important meaning during translation process. I didn’t notice much difference between 2 versions,although english ones seem a little bit “dull” to me.

  2. Hey, thanks for liking my latest post. Just a tip of the iceberg in the tale of ‘anything-goes Asia’ though 😉
    You might find some useful info and inspiration for your Thailand trip! After covering Vietnam and Cambodia, my story goes down to Koh Tao etc, so feel free to check back every now and then.
    Looks like I have to do some reading over here aswell, looks good =)

  3. Thanks for the visit and for the like. I’ve been perusing your blog and find it quite fun and interesting. It seems we have similar tastes. I’m likely to be back to see what you think about some upcoming events (and to see what you thought of The Hobbit).

  4. Thanks for visiting my blog, it means a lot to me that you noticed my blog on it’s very first day.
    We are living in an amazing era, being able to have friends from all over the world.
    p.s. I LOVE your blog name “The Nearest Door” in a way it’s poetic

  5. Hey there! I always check out anyone who likes my posts (mostly because it feels like “this can’t be happening. Is this real? IS THIS PERSON REAL???”). So yeah. I really like what I saw so far, so write me down as a Follower 🙂

  6. Hello, thank you for liking my blog post – I love books too, so will check in when I can! thanks and Merry Christmas, miss chipie x

  7. Kafka on the Shore! Loved that book. Thanks so much for visiting my blog and liking my review on John Green’s Looking for Alaska. Looking forward to perusing your blog. 🙂

  8. Thanks for visiting my blog and liking one of my posts. Good luck with your law studies (I did law myself) and with everything else that makes studying law easier:)!

  9. I see your home town is Torun in Poland. I visited Torun some years ago – a beautiful place. I like your blog, by the way! I shall be back. I am glad you like “In search of unusual destinations”. Good luck with what promises to be a hard slog, professionally! Phil.

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