Japan in 15 days (Project Sakura)

3 years ago I was wondering how does it feel to stay in Japan. That time, I was working in a Japanese Lifestyle & Travel Magazine in the Philippines, arranging partnerships and selling advertising spaces for the magazine and website. I was very new to the corporate world and didn’t understand business since I just moved from TV Production and everything that I told my … Continue reading Japan in 15 days (Project Sakura)

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Son Tinh & Vietnam Beers

Beers are important part of a human’s life! (Please forgive that very biased statement! Haha)  And as I explore Vietnam from South to North, please forgive me, but I didn’t find any difference between Saigon Beer and Hanoi Beer (and Saigon Beer Green and Red!). But I do find their difference among other beers that I’ve tried, they’re lighter and easy to drink. 🙂 They’re … Continue reading Son Tinh & Vietnam Beers

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Khmer Culinary Vocabulary

Even though most of Siem Reap’s bars and restaurants have English menus and majority of the staff speak English, I still prefer to remember some of the useful Khmer words for eating. I listed some words that might help you with your dining and travel adventure in the majestic Kingdom of Cambodia: Hello (formal): chum ree-up soo-a Hello (informal): soo-a s’day How are you?: sok sa bai? … Continue reading Khmer Culinary Vocabulary

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Fashionably Asian

I love being Asian. I love being Southeast Asian more because there’s something unique in ASEAN’s traditional clothes that I find so elegant and full of characters and stories of the past. Fortunately, I met some interesting beautiful ladies that continuously sharing and wearing their love for their Southeast Asian culture.  CAMBODIAN SILK. Please don’t sue me for taking Jessica’s photo from her blog. Please. … Continue reading Fashionably Asian

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Siem Reap: some pieces for home

“The air is different here,” that was my first description of Siem Reap, the home of the largest Hindu temple of the world, (and the place that I was dreaming about exploring by boat for the past months) and a place for the second largest airport in Cambodia and most “touristy”.As I wander around the town by foot and by the usual Tuk Tuk that … Continue reading Siem Reap: some pieces for home

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Some people think that eating “balut” is a challenge in X Factor, some people likes it too much that they even make it to several different dishes. As a Filipino, I prefer eating it the traditional way: boiled with vinegar or salt.  You might or may not agree with me, but the taste of balut brings me memories of home that only belong to the … Continue reading

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