CHRISTMAS 2012
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INVERSION COFFEE HOUSE: TRIBUTE TO AN EPHEMERAL ART

Coffee, Food

Located adjacent to the Art League Houston is of course, an artsy cozy coffee house that brings caffeine + art lovers together. This coffee house is named as a tribute to an art previously installed in its location named Inversion, hence the name. As most coffee house nowadays, the shop is of blended modern and industrial design, but what differs them from other is that, it was able to maintain its clean, and…

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A 2ND CUP: FOR A SECOND CHANCE

Coffee

Located at the heart of The Heights is not your typical coffee shop. A 2nd Cup is a non-profit coffee shop with a humanitarian cause focusing on raising awareness on Human Trafficking. So for every cup of coffee your purchase, you’re helping them in developing resources that help create a second chance for survivors, hence A 2nd Cup. Their mission is to collaborate with variety of anti-trafficking organizations and movements…

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ON HIATUS. 

Personal

I am very much alive, but life had some #priorities that need much attention. Spring semester was crazy. I was full time at work, and enrolled a full load of courses at school. And since those were not enough to fill my calendar, I was also studying for my upcoming MCAT whenever I got the time during the past semester. But sadly, I had next to none, which led mo…

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ROLLING ICE CREAM: A classic treat from Thailand

Food

When you have five or more friends posting/snapping about rolling ice cream, you better join that bandwagon and check it out. First of its kind in Houston, Class 502 offers this recent dessert phenomenon from Southeast Asia, originating from the streets of Phuket, Thailand. Since its opening, it has been a recent attraction in Dung Hua Plaza so expect a long line especially during the weekend. Fortunately, when I visited today (Monday),…

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MESA VERDE: TASTE OF THE PUEBLOANS LIFE

Travel

A trip to Colorado will not be complete without visiting this magnificent work  of the Puebloan people since 1000-1100 CE. It’s astonishingly unbelievable what they were able to construct without the modern technology that we have today. Unfortunately, during our trip to Mesa Verde, many of this infrastructures were closed for the public, and you are only allowed to see them from a distance. Due to time constraints, prior to…

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THE NAPA VALLEY: IN ACTION

Travel

I need someone to take me back to this place. Read my blog on my Napa Valley experience here. There’s just so much goodness in this tiny town. It sorta give me a feeling as if I was in Tuscany during the medieval times, only there were no knights, and warriors. Haha.

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