A mini San Diego getaway

“Traveling is a brutality. It forces you to trust strangers and to lose sight of all that familiar comfort of home and friends. You are constantly off balance. Nothing is yours except the essential things – air, sleep, dreams, the sea, the sky – all things tending towards the eternal or what we imagine ofContinue reading “A mini San Diego getaway”

A new platform for Story Telling

Grad school has been kicking my ass this quarter with work, research, and a lot of group assignments- so I apologize for my lack of communication and posts! I did, however, wanted to let you guys know about a new platform for incredible story telling that I discovered: Storehouse  It’s a great, easy way toContinue reading “A new platform for Story Telling”

I ate in Bangkok like it was thanksgiving every day

This year’s Christmas was special. Both my brother and I were back home in Hong Kong and we decided to take a family trip to Bangkok. I’ve been there previously for quick trips, but this was by far my longest time there yet- and it did not disappoint. Granted, we did not do too muchContinue reading “I ate in Bangkok like it was thanksgiving every day”

Moments of pure joy

When was the last time you felt a moment of pure joy? A moment where your mind stopped wandering with distractions, and you simply smiled knowing everything was perfect at that moment. Sometimes those moments are hard to come by, but that’s what makes them so special. Perhaps it helps that I have been disconnectedContinue reading “Moments of pure joy”

Layover in Santa Barbara: even better than I predicted

Never, ever be afraid to strike up a conversation with strangers. What’s the worse that can happen? They may not want to talk, and will then simply find ways to stop the conversation. On the flip side, they want to tell you about themselves, they want to get to know you, and invite you toContinue reading “Layover in Santa Barbara: even better than I predicted”