Restaurant: Kommune Shanghai

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Tianzifang being one of my most favorite places to visit due to the narrow streets, the cute tiny shops and the great people we came across this cafe while walking through it on our last trip to China. You can’t miss it as you walk right through the center of it while going from one [..Read more..]

Taikang Lu – Tianzifang

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Located in Shanghai 420 meter long Taikang Lu has since grown to be called Tianzi Fang. A winding little neighbourhood filled with artist shops, small restaurants, gift shops and a small museum in a touristic spot for both foreigners as Chinese. Having been their on one of the busier days when I was barely shuffling [..Read more..]

Restaurant Review: Seoul Sista

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Even though back dated in December Kao messaged me for Korean BBQ for dinner, but I couldn’t go that night because of work and already having gotten dinner for that night so we decided to go the next day. On Sunday. We decided to go to the fairly new Seoul Sista that opened in October.

Chinese New Year

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Chinese New Year, Spring Festival or Lunar New Year is a festival is celebrated for 15 days unlike the western new year. It’s an old traditional festival where it is truly about starting the year fresh and to honor deities and ancestors. This year, 2018 Chinese New Year is celebrated on February the 16th. This year [..Read more..]

Chopsticks

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Approximately 9000 years ago chopsticks (筷子 Kuàizi) were invented, bones and twigs were used during cooking, to make it easier to reach into pots of boiling oil or water. While food itself was eaten with the fingers as it was for the longest time everywhere else in the world. it wasn’t until 1800 years later that [..Read more..]

Neko Neko Nii Maid Café: Halloween Pop up event

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It was time for Halloween with all it’s glory and of course, all it’s events! This year I went to visit Neko Neko Nii Maid Cafe’s Pop up event again. Just like last year during Christmas, they had their Halloween event this time around too! With many spooks and thrills I went to the event.

Japanese street food

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Most of the Japanese street food is sold at more than 100,000 festivals and event around Japan. The vendors called ‘Yatai’ sell their goods in traditional styled vendor stalls. most of the street foods can only be bought at festivals and events though some of the foods can now be bought in convenient stores (combini) [..Read more..]

Halloween in Korea

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Just like in Japan and China, Halloween isn’t really a common celebration in Korea. With the influx of expats however it’s becoming larger and larger every year with parties and themepark celebrations. Though with how easy it is in the other countries to get an outfit, it’s much harder in Korea but Gmarket is jumping [..Read more..]