Lunar New Year is one of the biggest celebrations in Vietnamese culture. It is so important that many people often take days off from work and businesses would close. Meaningful wishes are given to friends and family, hoping that they will have a year of wealth, happiness and health. Translate: Wishing you a full year … Continue reading Meaningful Lunar New Year Wishes to Your Vietnamese Friends
"You don't need a silver fork to eat good food" — Paul Prudhomme As I spoiled my taste buds with endless flavors of different eateries in NYC, I cannot begin to tell you how much money I spent on food but it was worth every penny. And today I am sharing some of my favorite … Continue reading My Favorite Foods From NYC
I have a great love for finding small eateries that serve up huge flavors. As my friend and I were making our way back to our car, by mere coincident, I saw the roasted duck and roasted pork from outside the windows of a small hidden restaurant. I knew I had to eat the food … Continue reading Hole in the Wall Restaurant in Portland?
"The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes." ~ Marcel Proust On my last night in Tacoma, my friend took me to Downtown Tacoma to do some last minute sightseeing. I spent most of my time in Tacoma, but I haven't had time to see the area, … Continue reading First Time in Downtown Tacoma
"Sisters make the best friends." There are many misconceptions about Greek life, due to poor Hollywood portrayals and unfortunate incidents that have happened over the past several years. The stereotyping of Greek life is extremely misunderstood, especially among Asian communities. Prior to entering college, I was warned not to get involved in Greek life because … Continue reading My Experience with Asian Greek Life