About Me

My name is Farzad Abbaspour (فرزاد عباس پور) and this is my online journal in which I write about how I deal with things in this strange, strange world! Wanna get to know me better? This blog is all about my likes and dislikes, so read on!

Who am I, you ask?

A Persian high-achiever with an American accent!

I was born in Iran. With a passion for American lifestyle and Digital Media, managed to pursue my education in both linguistics and Software engineering. I became an authorized English and Culture instructor at the age of 17. Worked part-time as a creative director at one of Iran’s leading IT companies specializing in targeted advertisement and computer hardware trading. Professional achievements also include pursuing a career as an English instructor at a local language school while maintaining a perfect academic and attendance record in university. Successfully completed several web-design, automation and translation projects on time, single handedly and cooperatively. Forward thinking, technology driven, innovative, punctual, responsible, patient, and quick to learn new skills. Work well under pressure. You can read about my academic accomplishments and career in the Resume section.

Trivial Information About Me

  • Height: 6’1″
  • Favorite color: purple, blue, black, white
  • Favorite city: NYC, Nashville, Los Angeles,
  • Favorite movie: Back to the Future (Trilogy)
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  • Favorite comedians: Tina Fey,
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  • Favorite artist: Michael Jackson,
  • Favorite actors/actresses: Michael J Fox,
  • Favorite books: Harry Potter,
  • Favorite drink: tea, coffee, hot chocolate
  • Favorite food: Italian food, pancakes,
  • Favorite snack: apples, dark chocolate,
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You can easily get in touch with me via the links available at the bottom of this page.

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