Aesthetic Spots in Hong Kong

I recently went to visit Hong Kong, which is where my parents are from before immigrating to America. I hadn’t visited since I was eight years old so I was really excited to see the city that I met so briefly before. A part of me was hoping that going to Hong Kong would help … Continue reading Aesthetic Spots in Hong Kong

A California Girl’s First Visit to the South

I was born and raised in California all my life, surrounded by an abundance of diversity and a huge Asian presence. Although I've been to other parts of America like Washington and Nevada, I had never ventured into the Deep South which stretches Georgia to Louisiana, sometimes including parts of Texas and Florida. Although we … Continue reading A California Girl’s First Visit to the South

Building Hues at San Francisco’s Color Factory

If you’ve been seeing boomerangs of your friends running through colorful streamers, wading through a sea of yellow balls, or coloring on a wall with a human-sized green marker, chances are that they visited the Color Factory in San Francisco! The Color Factory is a pop-up interactive exhibit that opened in early August. Prior to … Continue reading Building Hues at San Francisco’s Color Factory

Starbucks Reserve Roastery and Tasting Room Battling the Basic

Starbucks is often synonymous with basic and *like totally* known for that time of the year when the leaves fade into a sunset palette and flocks of girls donning their uggs, yoga pants and fleece jackets make their yearly migration for the sacred pumpkin spice latte, or infamously shortened, PSL. It's not a surprise that Starbucks … Continue reading Starbucks Reserve Roastery and Tasting Room Battling the Basic