For anyone who’s never read any of my posts before, I have 3 brothers and we’re Asians so there’s a natural geek/nerd alarm that goes off whenever you’re anywhere near us. We love manga, dramas, Asian music, comic-cons and are tech oriented but there’s no need to worry for us as we take pride in … More Tech dilemma
In the span of 3 weeks, I’ve celebrated my own birthday 5 times, had a New Year’s eve party and also celebrated my big auntie, my dad and my bestie Kel’s bday. To celebrate her birthday, I took my big auntie shopping in Brussels with my auntie N and my mom. It’s sales month and … More Birthdays
I’m done reminiscing 2014; it’s time to look forward to 2015. I can’t tell if I kept up with last year’s resolutions cause I don’t remember them at all. That’s how good I am at not keeping them. So instead of making a “get fit, eat healthier and save money” kind of list, I’ll put … More New Year’s resolutions?
Ever since I’ve turned 28, I’ve been in search for some well-needed rest. Main reason: I’ve partied hard!!! For people who are not familiar with Belgium, my country is all about division. As tiny as this kingdom is, we have the Dutch-speaking (Flemish) who rule in the north, the French-speaking (Walloon) in the south and … More Becoming 28
With the loss of my nephew, it was important for me to put my family first this summer cause we were going through an emotional roller coaster together but now that I’ve sort of found my new normal, I’ve discovered I wanted to have fun again. One of my challenges on my summer to-do list … More To the sucker I shall someday call my partner in life
Lee Michelle grew up as a half Korean, half African American in South Korea and has gotten known for her vocals through the first edition of K-pop Star. Ending the competition in the top 5, she proved her talents with her first music video “Without you”. This video is about the bullying she suffered for her biracial identity as … More Lee Michelle’s “Without you”
My parents have 18 siblings together all spread around the world in Laos, France, Australia and America. Even though I haven’t grown up with my cousins at all, we always manage to click instantly when we meet because somehow we were raised the same way. Here are some of the frustrations they can relate to: Shut … More Frustrations Lao kids can relate to