We last left off with temples, teas, gardens, and bright lights in Shanghai. But we had another stop while we were in China. We were determined to make sure that our first trip to China would be well worth it. And so, we popped over to Hangzhou. It started with a train ride.
My parents and I spent a week in China this past August. It was the first time to Mainland China for all of us, believe it or not! We were so excited for the trip, and we looked forward to so many things. I, of course, looked up sights to see and things to eat. … More On a Slow Boat to China: Shanghai
Nobody likes dentist appointments, even if they’re routine cleaning or checkups. But there is always one tried and true way to make the dreaded day a bit better: the promise of a good breakfast. Flushing, Queens is diverse and vibrant part of New York City, and it boasts a wealth of eateries, from restaurants to street … More Nan Xiang Dumpling House
For those of you who do not possess the same useless knowledge of history/random facts, that’s a reference to an old song. But it serves as a good enough transition to the topic at hand: Tokyo! I went two summers ago with my aunt, and it was my first time visiting Japan. It was wonderful. I might … More Turning Japanese
I said in the previous post that I’ve eaten at some nice places before. But since that issue was not yet resolved, I am not precluded from going into those details. Without further ado, a smattering of good food from New York and beyond:
You might have heard of this place, called New York City. It’s pretty big, lots of people. But most importantly: lots of food. There are restaurants, cafes, food trucks. It’s heaven for people (or not people) who love to eat. I am one of those people.