Tag: LA

June 30, 2016

My answers to 40 deep questions

For the past few years I’ve been reading the self help blog Marc and Angel. Their newsletters and articles have really helped me through dark times and forced me to think about things that have ultimately shaped my value system and mindset. Whenever I meet someone who thinks they know a lot about themselves, or I reach a level of deep conversation with someone, I like to ask…

Continue Reading →


March 27, 2016

Favorite places in Culver City

So…. I moved again. I’ve lived in 3 different neighborhoods since I’ve moved here. Crazy I know. Culver City was such a wonderful neighborhood to live in.  Yes, it has its own In and Out but there’s so much more that I’ll miss. Here’s what I recommend and what I’ll have to come back for: New School of Cooking + Cafe  It’s in the heart of the Culver City Arts…

Continue Reading →


December 2, 2015

My favorite places in Koreatown, Los Angeles

I’m still pretty new to Los Angeles (almost 5 months now) but I already have a few favorite places in each neighborhood. Here are my favorite places in Koreatown (so far). The funny thing is they’re not even Korean-food related.. Oh hey it's the real life filter that shows up on snapchat when you're in @koreatown! If you know what I mean you know what I…

Continue Reading →


August 25, 2015

*Exclusive* Interview with ‘Always’ Filmmaker, Derek Ting

I’m going to my first movie screening in LA this week, and what makes it doubly special is that I’m going to support someone and something that I’ve been keeping my eye on for years now. I’ve blogged about Ryan Matthew Chan and how he in his early 20’s created Acceptance, a film that introduces the “Third Culture Kid” perspective, something I wish I saw more…

Continue Reading →


July 15, 2015

One way ticket

  July 15, 2015  1:30 AM- We leave the house. I only had 30 minutes of sleep because I was up packing. My parents had a short nap. They insisted that they drop me off at the airport even though my flight was at the crack of dawn. I felt a bit guilty but also a bit relieved. Why I chose this flight? I’m not…

Continue Reading →