//Guang is lecturing in physics team Guang: So you would normally think that we move in two dimensions right, up down left right, north south... Noah: Woah Guang you talk like a physicist Guang: ? Noah: Like you say we can move and stuff Lillian: Are you saying we can't? //Guang proceeds to jump a few feet into the air Nicole: Oh look he's moving
// CyberSec Pd 6 Guang: Writing a program is a bit like eating an elephant.
Math Team first meeting: Guang: So what is the best way to divide five muffins amongst three people? Student 1: Give me three, and the other two one. Student 2: Evenly. Student 3: Just buy a sixth muffin. Alan: Muffins never come in five packs anyways.
// Presenting about Richard Feynman's renormalization process for Quantum Electrodynamics Guang: I know these people won a Nobel Prize, but honestly, it's just bad math.
// Introducing graph theory in discrete Rose: In here, edges mean friendship. // Later, discussing multiple edges between the same nodes Rose: Guang, should I give the PG-13 or PG explanation? Guang: Uh... Rose: Or the R explanation? // Starts explaining Rose: *draws two nodes and an edge* So these people, at work, have a collegial relationship. *draws another edge* But behind closed doors, on the weekends, they might also have a secret sexual relationship. // Class starts laughing Rose: *drawing a loop* You can also be friends with yourself.
// During his math team lecture Guang: Dr. Gasarch is one of the best Ramsey theorists in the world. I'm the second.
// ARML Practice Eric Lu: What do time and Guang's hair have in common? They're both up!
//Schafer is discussing optics when Guang passes 215, looks in, and leaves Schafer: Was that Guang?! Students: Yes. //Schafer throws up his hands in exasperation
// Spanish, talking about the environment Teacher: ...and what if everyone picked up a piece of trash off the ground? Dilhan: Then Guang would be off the ground.