About Me



My name is Insung Peak and I am currently studying Psychology in University of Alberta in Edmonton, Canada. My sister, Inkyung Peak, is living in Cambodia right now so we are pretty far away from each other. A lot of people ask me if we are from Cambodia but sadly we are not. We are from South Korea and we moved to Cambodia in 2004. Cambodia is our second home that changed our life. Of course the different environment changed us but this place has taught us how to love, how to cooperate, how to be patient and so much more but most importantly how to thankful for what we have in any given moment.

My sister has Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), which is one of several different types of developmental disabilities. What this basically means is : individuals with this disorder are slow to learn new skills and have difficulties with communicating and socializing. Given the circumstances, there are many things that we cannot do like other siblings but we are just thankful to have each other and be able to support each other.

Everything Magical, is a place where you can primarily find my sister’s and I’s works, and a few other random posts. However, predominately, I would like to use this blog to further to explain and build awareness about ASD. Because my loving sister has ASD, I would like to help people with her condition by creating a better place for them.

My sister is amazing. She was born with an artistic talent meaning she can draw and create many amazing works. It just flabbergasts me that she does all this without any formal education. My sister also has speech developmental disability; and I believe that she has this special artistic ability to communicate with the people and the world.

I hope you guys enjoy all the posts in this blog!

Thank you!




51 responses to “About Me

  1. Awwww, I love what you’re trying to do to bring awareness about ASD! This is a great way to share your sister’s talent to the world ’cause she’s so talented! And wait, did you change your major?

  2. Thank you for stopping by and commenting on my blog. I liked reading your about me section, it was heartfelt and passionate. I think it’s wonderful that you are helping your sister find her voice and spreading it around the world. I look forward to reading more of your posts. ❀

  3. I love clay! It’s probably the oldest artistic material people have used, and I haven’t used it since I was a kid. Maybe some day I will pick it up again, who knows? Have fun with your creations : )

    • I know right? People seems not to use clay so much these days since more art technologies are developing and allowing people to simply be creative with their computer or ipad. I liked that my sister is still sticking with ‘old days’ style. Even thought it is ‘old’, it feels ‘new’ now in some perspective. Thank you for your visit!

  4. Beautiful, warm, open, loving energy! I love it. Thank you for sharing your experiences with us to help bring awareness to ASD and to ourselves. I am thankful for your sister for gracefully being who she is which has helped to bring to light who you are and now me as well πŸ™‚

    • Thank you so much! It is my pleasure that I could bring a light to you by just simply sharing what my sister is doing. Hope that you come to my blog often to check more art work in the future! πŸ™‚

  5. Hi there – so lovely to “meet” you! It sounds like you and your sister are two peas in a pod and so lucky to have one another πŸ™‚ Looking forward to perusing your blog (and thank you so much for visiting mine too!)

    • Aww thank you! IT was nice to ‘meeting’ you too! I really enjoyed your blog. I hope to see you come around my blog to check more cool art work! πŸ™‚

  6. I came here because you left a comment on my blog and I wanted to say thank you but then I read about what you want to do with your blog and about your sister and I am so touched. sisters are just something special and am happy you and your sister have each other. Good luck with the good work.

    • Thank you so much! I agree with you that sisters are just something special. That is why I want to make my sister’s life interesting and make her realize that what she is doing with her gift is just amazingly wonderful. πŸ™‚

  7. Its really beautiful what you are doing with your blog. I’d love to journey with you and your sister here, and thanks for passing by my blog. much love πŸ™‚

  8. Halo there! πŸ™‚ wanted to say THANK YOU! πŸ™‚ for dropping my blog and for the kind compliment on one of artwork. I am pleased to visit your cute and lovely blog. You and your sisters are wonderful! It’s great to see both of your lovely works of art… love them too! Wish you and your sister lots of love & sun beam smiles! take care!

  9. Thank you for visit my blog and what a cool blog you have! And yes, I’m really enjoying it here in South Korea. I also plan to visit Cambodia at some point during my time here in Asia.

  10. Hello Insung. Thanks for your like.
    Your blog is very moving and lifts my spirit.
    I love your spirit and attitude and your aims.
    I wish you and your sister fulfilling lives and a happy future.

  11. Hello Insung, thank you very much for visiting my blog and liking my post ‘The Joy of Children & The Sadness of Asperger’s’. I can see why you would be drawn to that particular post having now visited your blog and read all about you and your sister! As a mother of a grown daughter with Asperger’s (she is almost 21, diagnosed at 18) I can certainly relate to your desire to raise awareness of ASD and advocate for your lovely sister. This, too, is my heart’s desire for my daughter. I hope that you will visit my blog again. I am following your blog now so that I can come alongside you in your journey πŸ™‚

  12. Thank you so much for stopping by my blog and commenting…it means so much that you enjoyed it and were willing to share your thoughts. Your blog is precious and I hope to check in from time to time to see how you’re doing. God bless!

  13. It’s amazing how much you love your sister. I’ve browsed through your posts, and I can see she’s amazing, despite having ASD.

    Thank you, as well, for making me appreciate and love my own sister a bit more. πŸ™‚ Keep blogging; I love your blog!

  14. Hey Insung! I’m Carissa, we met once at U of A! I only just chanced upon this blog and I want to say your relationship with your sister, your love for your sister, AND you AND your sister are all so wonderful. Props to you for writing this blog to spread awareness. I’ve followed your blog and can’t wait to read more posts!

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