It has been such a long time, over two years, since I last wrote a post here. During that time, I’d occasionally queue up a post, scribble a few drafts here and there, but I just never could actually publish anything. … Continue reading
The last semester has been a busy, stressful blur. Now that I am finally on winter break, I can take the time to think back fondly to that satisfying, warm summer. This is part one of two photo posts about … Continue reading
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Tagged A Mei Tea House, guest house, Jiufen, kimono, New Year, personal, Pingxi, sky lanterns, Spirited Away, summer, taro balls, tea house
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March has been kind to me, although it has been a chaotically busy time. School is now in full swing, and, with work in the morning and a vibrant social life, my time these days are productive, exhausting and slightly—very—frantic. … Continue reading
Tagged Alchemist, birthday, blog, books, Café Müller, Haruki Murakami, Le Sacre du Printemps, Life, Mexican food, nachos, National Theater and Concert Hall in Taipei, Paulo Coelho, pâtisserie français Mr. Bruno taipei, personal, Pina Bausch, Taipei, Taiwan, Tanztheatre Wuppertal, Wood, 國家戲劇院
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I had a busy traveling schedule this past month. A few days after my return from the States, I got on a plane for a twenty-two hour flight for Cairo, stopping in Singapore and Dubai for hours along the way. … Continue reading
Tagged Alexandria, Benha, Bibliotheca Alexandrina, Blue Hole, Cairo, cotton, Dahab, Egypt, Egyptian cuisine, Islam, medical school, medicine, Mosque of Muhammad Ali, Mount Sinai, Pyramids of Giza, Red Sea, shisha, Sinai, sphinx, travel, village, wedding
I spent the last weekend back in California. This trip was not an easy one to make. I left on Friday morning—following a string midterms before—exhausted, sleepy, and worried about the unfinished paperwork that needed to be done already and … Continue reading