Bangkok

Hi hi wish you all having a great start of April. I told myself I should have updated more in March but obviously I failed again. (have been busy preparing for my job interviews ) Actually plenty of funny things happened around me last month and I really need to deal with my wordpress backlog:(  After this …

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Monocle Cafe

It's been a week since I arrived in Singapore, and after I settled, it's time to check my bucket list. If you haven't heard about Monocle, it's a fast-growing media company established by a Canadian in 2007. The affairs include lifestyle magazine Monocle, 24hours radio, online/offline shops and cafes. To me it's just like a miracle under the …

70’s Fever

Clockenflap Music & Arts Festival is back in Hong Kong again this weekend. With over 45,000 participants in 2014, the scale is even larger this year . So please dress up and get ready for the music, arts and film carnival. It's never too hard to decide what to wear for a music festival: you could just wear whatever …

Kyoto

Before I get started today, I wanna say THANK YOU for over 50 followers in a week!  I considered a lot before starting up at a new platform with no connections at all, but thanks for all those kind supports and comments 😀 Here I'm gonna talk about Kyoto. I have been there twice this year, one in …

Krabi, Phuket

People have diverse understandings of tropical heaven. To me, it's quite simple. All I want is a peaceful place to chill at, some friendly locals to make friends with, and some mysterious sights/culture to explore, that's all. When I arrived Krabi, they told me it was the best season to visit, lucky. In Thailand,  December and January are the …

Annecy

Last summer, I dropped by Annecy on my way from Lyon to Geneva. This place was mentioned many times by locals when I stayed in Lyon. When they talked about Annecy, I could see excited glow on their faces: indeed, if you understand southern French's idyllic fantasy, Annecy is the right place with no doubt. If you decide …