Not very much happened this week on my front, but cousin Tiffany graduated college! I am quite proud of her. In my opinion, she’s definitely the smartest out of us. #smartestcousin. It’s crazy that she’s already got a job and in the working world. I still remember when she came to visit the […]Read more "Tiffany graduated College!"
After my business in China was concluded, I was off to Taipei to visit (and help) at our Taiwan branch. It was quite an ordeal going from a freezing tundra (12F) to a tropical climate (75F). I was lucky to have brought a few t-shirts, or else I may have needed to buy new […]Read more "Taiwan Business Trip"
Not much going on this past week. I’m excited I got Ed Sheeran tickets for September though! Katrina came home for the weekend since her birthday is coming up. So we went to Dim Sum with the family to pre-celebrate. It’s nice when she gets a chance to come back since she’s so busy […]Read more "A visit from Katrina!"
Events where I take like 600 pictures make it hard to pare down the best ones for this blog. I’m trying to really pick out the best pictures I have and limit posts to under 100 pictures. Ideally i shoot for around 50. So this post took a lot of effort. Back in July 2016, […]Read more "Panic! at the Disco: Washington DC Redux"
2017 is the Year of the Fire Rooster. January 28th, 2017 marks the Lunar New Year. It’s a very important holiday in Chinese culture and I feel like I actually know very little about it. Friday I headed to my parent’s house to celebrate with family. During dinner I learned a few things about why certain foods are served at dinner during New Year’s and some other cultural history. For instance, the reason we eat Tofu (豆腐) is because it sounds similar to 多福.Which means more luck. I need to start writing some of this knowledge down or I may forget, oh wait, that’s this.Read more "Chinese New Year – Year of the Rooster"
This year’s Thanksgiving was pretty eventful. Started with the turkey trot, then went to dinner with parents, and finished with a party on Saturday. Sarah was back in town, along with a lot of other people so we had a great get together. The morning of Thanksgiving, we headed to downtown Detroit to participate in […]Read more "Thanksgiving 2016"
The last day of my Taiwan excursion was spent with Connie & Marissa’s family. We met up at the Songshan MRT station and headed towards Yangmingshan (陽明山) to eat at the Grass Mountain Chateau (草山行館). The weather was a bit inclement and it had just started drizzling, but I thought it was nice. The wind was […]Read more "Taiwan Trip 2016: Final Day"