[Kéo xuống để đọc tiếng Việt] The Machu Picchu is absolutely magical and I can understand why it’s ranked first on many wish-lists. However, my personal experience in Huaraz and Chachapoyas would arguable top the iconic Inca ruin of Peru. Although getting in and out Chachapoyas was quite a challenge with heavy rain and landslides, I’d

Nepal: Peace At Heart

Monday, 08 August 2016 by
[Kéo xuống để đọc tiếng Việt] You did what in Nepal? Not visiting the famous Pokhara, not trekking the Himalayas, I signed up for a yoga retreat and had an absolutely amazing time. *This post is dedicated to the wonderful people I’ve met during my one short week here: Bhaktar & Ramita Maharjan, grandpa, grandma and

[Kéo xuống để đọc tiếng Việt] Ihad the privilege to be one of the 500 delegates participating in the Harvard Project for Asians & International Relations (HPAIR) 2013 in Dubai, UAE and meet some of the most brilliant young minds. About HPAIR: is student-run organization of the Harvard University Faculty of Arts and Sciences. Today, HPAIR

A day has never flown by so fast spending with this cheeky Mexicana – Miss Lisa Marie, who traveled 12 hours out of her way to our epic reunion in Luxembourg!!! (I had just spent one week in Stuttgart on a business trip). We walked, ran, chased busses, climbed hills, attempted to take decent photos,

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[Kéo xuống để đọc tiếng Việt] In brief, get out of the airport! Heading to Kathmandu, Nepal, I had a 21-hour layover in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia which might seem a bit too long but it turned out to be the best transit EVER. My Singapore evil twin Afifah and her sister (Nas) happened to be in town

Peru: the People

Saturday, 30 July 2016 by

Always my favorite subject to take photo of! Every face has a story to tell and sometimes my lousy brief caption can’t barely do the justice. Most photos were taken with permission, others are paparazzi shots (to reserve its authenticity). But to be perfectly honest, I think I’ve mastered the art of stalking hehe ♥

Gallery: TaiWANDER

Saturday, 30 July 2016 by

Afifah and I decided on Taiwan to be the middle point between Singapore and Vietnam for our reunion. Well I kinda just booked the ticket and forced her to come (we were Chinese classmates during my exchange at National University of Singapore) but I’m sure she was glad to join anyway. Taiwan is definitely on

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Peru: the Places

Saturday, 30 July 2016 by

Where have I been in Peru during 30 days? Đi đâu 30 ngày lang thang ở Peru? As hard as having my dear camera stolen on the very last day of my backpacking adventure in Peru, I managed to have everything backed-up (Thank goodness for USBs/thumb drives.) I was challenged physically and emotionally in so

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