I've grown to like New York a lot, despite the smelliness, the filth, the mean people and the expensiveness. But last week something happened to me that has changed my life.
Five movies, three meals, two snacks and a rough nap later, I finally arrived at Kaohsiung International Airport in Taiwan. I'd visited this country just last year in August, but having endured two more semesters of college since has provided a clean slate as to what to expect. The dreaded 18-hour flight was better than I … Continue reading Things to do at a beach in Taiwan
Despite a going to bed at four in the morning the previous night, we were determined not to sleep in. We vowed not to waste a single second in the beautiful city of Paris. We pulled ourselves out of bed around 9:30, grabbed a couple of croissants from the hotel, then set off for some craved shopping fix.
I've always had this weird, slightly perverted, attraction toward vacant buildings and abandoned remains of the past. In the cold of winter, with all the trees wilted and bare, I couldn’t help but glimpse at the limestone blocks that have become exposed by the highway. With most of the buildings constructed by limestone, and the end … Continue reading The Quarries
Things I do during winter break: a. Watch as many shows on Hulu as I can physcially endure. b. Meanwhile playing Tetris Battle on Facebook. c. Soak in the refreshing holiday spirit. This Christmas I am going all out with the presents. Last year we failed - there were only few presents and they were … Continue reading Went a little crazy with the ribbons…
Taken at the duck farms by my neighborhood back in Taiwan. They were adorable, but it smelled absolutely terrible... From summer 2010.