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Visual Gold: San Francisco

San Francisco is only 7 x 7 miles, far smaller than places like Los Angeles or New York. Yet despite having spent over two decades there, I always find some undiscovered gem. Of course, there’s the famous Golden Gate Bridge, the marvelous Ferry Building, and the countless Victorian homes to admire. Going beyond the tired […]

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Exploring the Bellevue Arts Museum

Bellevue Arts Museum is the first museum I’ve visited in the Seattle Metro Area! BAM is conveniently located in Downtown Bellevue and has complimentary parking. It’s a fantastic museum and definitely one of my favorites! It’s not overwhelmingly huge like the Museum of Modern Art of New York, or the Museum of Modern Art of […]

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Pike Place Market Excursion

Located in Downtown Seattle, this public market has been around since 1907. The unique market isn’t only a tourist attraction, it’s a great hangout spot for locals. If you’re lucky on a clear day, you’ll have a chance to admire Mt. Rainier! They offer lots of goodies from tasty snacks and meals, to beautiful one-of-a-kind […]

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Design and Dim Sum at the Embarcadero, San Francisco

Going for Dim Sum is a huge part of Chinese culture because we usually bond/hang out with family and friends over the meal. In Chinese, we call it “yum cha”, which translates to drinking tea. Dim Sum originated from Canton, China, now known as Guangzhou. Traditional Dim Sum is made in bite sized pieces, typically […]

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