My name is Kenji DuBois Lee. For the past 10 years I ‘ve been living away from my hometown in search of outlets for my enormous amounts of creativity. So far I’ve accumulated priceless memories, made good friends and accomplished many things that once seemed impossible.
I graduated from James Campbell High School in 2003, Portland State University in 2008, and am currently living in Japan as an Assistant Language Teacher at elementary schools and kindergartens. I consider myself an optimistic, glass-is-half-full type of guy with an insatiable appetite for creativity and adventure. When stress catches up with me I release through soccer, music and the arts.
What I do today is the best measure of my life. My mission is to realise my maximum potential and in doing so help others do the same. I exercise my creativity by producing works of art. I feed my creativity by exploring patterns in nature and by collaborating with other like-minded individuals and organisations. I strive to keep a healthy balance between work and play, thought and action, listening and talking. My work provides windows to view the world outside of the box people find themselves in. My work elicits positive action out of people. My work is celebrated. When I am gone, when those who personally knew me are gone, and finally even when my name is forgotten, the values and dreams I live for today continue.
Success is decided by today’s effort, today’s progress and tomorrows plan.
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