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Hi I'm Daniel Tu

I grew up in the suburbs of Melbourne, Australia. My parents are Taiwanese. I study film and I'm a Mormon.

About Me

I love cinema and all forms of creative output. I love to read and write, and revel in good music. I am fascinated by the obscure, the bizarre, the strange and out of place. I'm studying Film and Media Arts in college, and am having a great time! Other than that, I spend most of my time on the internet, or with friends, or by myself.

Why I am a Mormon

I am a Mormon because I believe in it, and this gives me a conviction that keeps me sane and keeps me positive. Belief is something that nobody can take away from you - it can only be given up. To have belief and to hold onto it is something that, while often mocked as foolishness, is actually a great strength that can keep you strong in times of difficulty. There are truths so profound in this Gospel, and when you try it, you'll know that it's right.

How I live my faith

I am a student of all faiths, but a practitioner of one - Mormonism. I love to spend time with the people at my church, the elderly because they tell the best stories, and the kids because they make no sense. I don't really do much, but I'm always available to help out if need be. My superpower is "being available." I feel like being able to talk to people and - more importantly - listen to people, in a safe place and in the context of faith and religion, is one of the most enriching things one can do. There is a vast wealth of knowledge, truth, potential and strength in every person, and just being there to listen and remember is sometimes enough.