Trip in Asia- Undercover series in Taipei, Formosa Taiwan Part I

Fresh eyes on puzzles from the homeland Surely it was not an easy trip for me since I volunteered to take care of my sister’s baby who is only 9 months old, which is completely new to me! but we always welcome with excitement the new member of the family.  Also, I got a chance…

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Trip in Asia- Undercover series in Taipei, Formosa Taiwan Brief History

Prologue: a brief history of Taiwan for busy westerners Hello, hello my friends, I just got done with the jet lag…Hooray!!! it was a big one, and I have had to wake up at 3 am every night, forced myself to calm down and rest…hahaha! but it was totally worth it since I went back…

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City Travel – Easy, easy, the Big Easy New Orleans

The city has two faces “America has only three cities: New York, San Francisco, and New Orleans. Everywhere else is Cleveland.”- Tennessee Williams Today we are going to share with you a short city trip in New Orleans. To visit one of the oldest cities in America, 300 years of history (Older than the independence of…

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Visit Colombia Part one- Trace yellow butterflies flying in Bogota

the southern beauty beyond belief I still can’t believe I was there. First of all, I never think of one day I would go there, to a far east Asian girl Colombia is a place in books and TLC shows, I never thought I would have a chance to visit until I met my love…

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A soul for a soul cake- Halloween traditional food

Trick or treat! Happy Halloween, Mister. Today we are gonna talk about a little bit history of Halloween, as this is the most fun day in autumn, full of spooky decoration, and monsters or superheroes show up around in town. It’s really unique from any other holidays. But in the other hand, I also find…

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Pumpkin power up

wellness for our furry friends So it’s officially pumpkin season, and we can see them everywhere. I like pumpkin but my love is just ok with it, therefore,  didn’t cook too much pumpkin for him, but I cook pumpkin every week… wait… for whom? hehe, the answer is for our little fur friend- E4 the…

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Red is for tomato soup

Food history of America project two Hi friends, I would like to share two good finds recently, one is called America cookbook, the other is 1896 Boston cooking school cookbook. These two bring me so much joy, especially the America cookbook, talking about history going back to 300 years. Many women dedicated themselves so much…

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Never end summer calls for lemon ice cream (no machine)

When life gives you lemons, make it into… lemon ice cream Food history of America project one Is summer coming back again? Recently the weather in San Diego is like summer in daytime but fall in the night time. to be frank, I love the weather of SoCal, it’s always so pleasant, however, the heat…

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Fall for it – Chinese divine Mooncake

When loving you to the moon and back, it happens in the kitchen too. My dear friends, I am so so so happy to share with you today’s recipe. It is a honor to show you one of the sweetest festival of China, which I share the culture with in my hometown- Taiwan, at this…

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Travel in Vienna Part1 – highlights of city walk

The city of art, meet the masterpieces here, there, and everywhere How would I describe Vienna? All the impression in my mind is the city is really alive, like a modern girl, elegant, smart, and sophisticated. You will feel the air they breathe has such deep western culture in there, but meantime they are humble,…

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Bean soup is the new black! Memento of Merida

Find the culture intimacy from the soup Hello, my friends, I had made a promise that I would share some inspiration recipe from Mexico. It’s been a while, why took me so long?:P  Well….the truth is… the black bean soup is SO delicious which we always finished it before we can take a picture! Am…

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The most delicious triangles in the world

-make yourself the yum Chinese rice dumplings (you can think of them as “Chinese tamales”) Hello friends, I would like to introduce to you one of my favorite festival foods- Chinese rice dumplings. This is always on my comfort food list, although usually, they are not common foods that restaurants will sell daily since it…

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Travel in Prague part two- city walk, museums and Český Krumlov

Hello friends, I wish you find the latest post is fun, and this one will be the following itinerary, our experience sharing, where to buy the souvenir and some travel pro tips! Alright! Let’s do it! City walk and museums (1-day plan) – Usually, we will try to hit museums as our first goal in…

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Travel in Prague Part one – Back to gothic times for a treasure hunt

Feeling art in every detail Last year we finally had a chance to go travel abroad together in Europe which was always a dream, so much history, so much art we had been craving to see for so long, we had no doubt when the time came to buy the tickets and just go! Our…

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Where once Mayan thrived (video included)

A 72-hour travel guide of intense culture and high-quality food in Merida, Yucatan, Mexico   Glad you are here, dear friends! This is our first time travel to Mexico and the first time for me to really write down a travel guide personally. Even though we already back home for a few days, I still…

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