People say traveling broadens your horizons. Traveling helps you become more versatile with changes,and understand your purpose in life. I’ve been on the go for the past five years. I've studied in Japan, worked in South Korea, lived in New York, studied in Italy, and now heading to the Philippines! WHEW! By this rate, I’ve honestly forgotten… Continue reading Where is Home?
As much as I’ve emotionally prepared myself before coming to New York, I still find myself dumbfounded by the new things that unexpectedly occur each day. The transition as a graduate student is prominently different. Realistically speaking, the struggles to adapt are REAL. While adapting, one thing I find fascinating about New York is its… Continue reading What Connects Us As Humans
My father is in his late 50's. Year after year, he often told us how he yearned to move back to Vietnam when he retires. He wants to live in the countryside where he could relax, and not have to keep up with the world's expectation. My mother and I laughed to ourselves thinking there's no way he would… Continue reading The Natural World
The night was very still and the dark skies were painted with sparkling stars. As I stood and star gazed, I spotted a big dipper vividly beaming among the mystical night skies. After being gone for a year and a half in Korea, I revisited my hometown recently. As I shortly returned to a small… Continue reading The Big Dipper
Just a normal day walking home from work. Little steps and little discoveries captured through the camera lenses once again. A profound moment. Happy thoughts and sharing, Ai