Food & Drink

Khao Kang review – when do I visit again?

$9.50 for a plate of rice and three sides? Oh yes, please sign me up! I wish this was a sponsored post, but for now, I shall relive the terrific experience Kenny and I had at Khao Kang. I had tried Khao Nom (sister restaurant) a few weeks before trying Khao Kang so I was honestly hyped up. Khao Kang has over 12 choices of dishes for you to select from. I was suffering from the paradox of choice (there was also a line behind us) and was asked if I wanted some recommendations (thank you, I appreciated that so
NYCYouTube

Exploring NYC’s new public landmark: the Vessel

Hey, everyone! I uploaded a vlog yesterday night (it's finally a shorter one! It's under five minutes excluding the outro). I documented snippets of exploring New York City's newest public landmark: the "Vessel" and the mall right across from it. I hope you check it out and enjoy!
NYC

Daiso? I think so.

It has been a while since I've added any spots to check out in NYC, so here's one to add to the list: Daiso. Daiso is often called "the Japanese dollar store" and has 2,800 stores in Japan and over 4,000 stores worldwide. Their first ever East Coast store had their grand opening last Friday, March 8, 2019. It is located in Flushing's Skyview Center (40-24 College Point Boulevard, 2nd floor). Apparently Daiso gave out goodie bags for the first 100 customers on Friday, March 8th and Saturday, March 9th. I was just reading an article about the opening here, which mentions
Wellness & Personal Development

Self-love takes practice

A week ago, I posted my video "10 ways I practice self-love" on YouTube. The footage was taken last year. As a huge self-love advocate, I feel like I, myself, really need some of these reminders I spoke about in the video right now. Why did I post the video a year later? I was too busy attacking how poorly shot the footage was, how my eyeliner was off, and how I was talking while eating my hair thanks to the wind. And why the huge hiatus from blogging? Probably something similar to that in nature, but how much I
TravelYouTube

I thought Toronto was going to be boring…

I actually wouldn't mind relocating to Toronto. It's a great city- a friendlier, cleaner version of New York City. I've always wanted to do videos like this, so I decided to give it a try. I still have much to learn and cannot wait for more adventures to experiment more with my camera, make more memories, and to deliver better quality content. Hope you enjoy!   https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=120&v=sIOhQ--JQZg
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