April 3, 2017

The Complete Guide to International Marriage – How to Bring Your Spouse to the U.S.

I’ll show you how to bring your spouse to the U.S. It is, surprisingly, very complicated. Are you an international couple and decided to get married? Congratulations! Did you already plan for your wedding? You might want to plan your […]
May 11, 2012

Bring Chinese Cuisine to Your Kitchen: Dali Cooking School

    What is your favourite Chinese food? Have you ever make it at home?   Chinese food is widely known for cheap and easy takeout food more than home cooked meal. I do also like Chinese food and I […]
March 13, 2012

Scenes and Sounds of Luang Prabang, Laos

    Luang Prabang is culturally beautiful and also backpacker friendly. Most of the local people can communicate with English and they know what travelers need in the guesthouse, and the restaurant. It is photogenic; you can see the photos […]
March 8, 2012

Eating Bugs in Jianshui, Yunnan, China – Video Proof!

    Jianshui Barbecue (Jianshui chaokao 建水 烧烤)   Jianshui is a small town in southern Yunnan Province, China. It’s not glamorous as Yangshuo or Dali. There’s not much to do or see. It’s not famous for anything, I don’t […]
March 5, 2012

Introducing Food of Guangxi Province, China

    Guangxi Province is well known for the scenery. We were also there for explore the scenery but we discovered another Guangxi’s winning point: the food. It is not as charismatic as Sichuanese food, and not well known as […]
February 29, 2012

Cycling Around Luang Namtha, Laos

    Luang Namtha is just an hour away from Chinese border. Lots of travelers pass this town from/to China and other Southeast Asia countries. There’s not many things to do around, but it’s a good place to laid back […]
February 20, 2012

Hong Kong Central-Mid Level Escalator in Motion

    In Central Hong Kong, you’ll see the sign says ‘escalator’ and people often guide you to ‘take the escalator’ to get to somewhere. What is so special about the escalator? Because this is world’s longest indoor escalator and […]
February 7, 2012

Observe Night Kowloon One Shot at a Time — Stop Motion Video of Kowloon

    Kowloon was busy. Kowloon was noisy. Kowloon was full of neon signs and people. Kowloon was a big city. And I’ not a fan of a crowed place. What’s so special about that? Eventhough Kowloon was just another […]
January 29, 2012

Cooking Beer Fish with Harry – from Yangshuo, Guangxi, China

      While we were having a hard time in Yangshuo, it was even hard to find a place to eat. All the restaurants in town seem like aiming for the big tourist groups, and they didn’t look like […]
October 5, 2011

Brewery Hopping in New England, USA

    Who knew America is bless country with high quality beers? I certainly didn’t. If you ask me ‘what are you missing the most from the US, since you got back home?’, well, certainly I miss a lot of […]
August 28, 2011

Have a Ducky Day! – Aqua Duck Tour in Albany, New York Stop Motion Video Edition

    A city like Albany, New York, where has a big river is flowing in the middle of the city, how do you want to explore? There are certainly two different views from the each sides. Which do you […]
July 24, 2011

Boardwalk Empire — Wildwood Boardwalk, USA

  “This is going to be the most intense American experience you’ll ever have.” Stephen said right before we went into Wildwood boardwalk. Hm, okay. What is ‘Boardwalk’ anyway? I didn’t quite understand the word ‘boardwalk’. Is it like the […]