Lunar New Year is a very special time for my family and I.
Tokyo, Japan has been one of my top destinations to visit because I really enjoy Japanese cuisine.
New York City is a foodie’s paradise! It’s almost impossible to decide what to eat next. There’s just so many options and so little time.
Many people say that Toronto is just a smaller version of New York City. Since NYC is only a (short) drive away, I had to go and see for myself! After 8 hours on the road, we had finally arrived in the Big Apple.
I turned 24 years old! This past year was my last year in school and the launch of my blog. I hope to travel more and finally become a licensed pharmacist by my 25th birthday.
April has been a hectic month filled with assignments and final exams. To be honest, I’ve been living in pajamas and comfy clothes almost all month long.
One of my fondest memories as a child was when I tried to cut my own hair. I took a pair of craft scissors and started snipping my hair in large chunks.
Today marks the first day of spring! We can all appreciate the fact that we no longer need to walk around in heavy winter parkas or clunky boots.
My first thought when I heard of omakase was, “what is it???”
The direct translation of omakase is, “I will leave it up to you.